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Virtual Workspace

We host your virtual desktops and servers in the cloud so they are always optimal and accessible from anywhere.

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customize your computer

Choose from a selection of pre-configured images or create your own.

Create your own images so you can spin new computers based on your image without having to re-install anything.

Multiple Users

Add up to 50 concurrent users per cloud server with configurable access level.

Share files

Install your own applications, share files between users, give access to employees and consultants.

easily accessible

Users can connect to cloud desktops from their web browser (no plugin required) or install a small client on their computer (Mac & Windows).

Remote Apps

Add remote apps and select which remote applications your users will have access to.

Plug-and-play thin client

Plug and play cloud terminal available. Simply connect the zero client to an HDMI screen monitor and this device will replace your traditional computer.

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What is the difference between Basic and Business plan?

Basic plan will contain 1 manual backup of your cloud computer. You can manually take a backup copy of your cloud computer at any time. You will need to delete the current backup copy if you want to take another later. Business plan will automatically take a backup copy of your cloud computer each day and will keep a history of 10 days.

Basic plans are unmanaged. On business plans, our system will monitor your cloud computer and you will receive notifications by email instantly when an event happens: computer running out of memory, disk space reaching low level, abnormally high CPU usage, etc.

On business plans, we take a hard copy of your cloud computer to an external node every day. In case a disaster happens, we will always have a second copy of all your data.

On business plans, you will be able to connect multiple cloud computers under the same network.

If you plan to use your computer in a business environment and put important data, you should chose the Business plan.

What is the difference between HDD and SSD?

HDD stands for Hard Disk Drive and SSD for Solid State Drive. SSD is a newer technology and is much faster than HDD. Your cloud computer will be at least two times faster if you use SSD.

How billing works?

You pay a fixed monthly price for the hardware of your cloud computer, plus an additional monthly fee for every additional user.

For example, according to the price chart, if you select a cloud computer with 1 processor and 4.0 GB of memory, it will cost $40/mo under the Basic plan. It will come with 1 user access and each additional user you add to the computer will be charged at $10/mo.

Please note that a cloud computer holding 4 users will consume more than a computer with 1 user. You will need to upgrade the hardware if you add more users and you should always stay within the range indicated in the pricing chart to avoid any slowness.