Two dinCloud executives were quoted in a Tech Target, Search IT Channel article focusing on the hosted virtual desktop market. dinCloud’s CMO and SVP, Sales, each lent their insight on how to successfully partner in the DaaS market.
dinCloud and CDW’s partnership was recently featured in the May-June print edition of ChannelVision.
‘“CDW’s hosted virtual desktop offering, powered by dinCloud, puts the direct benefits of cloud computing in our customers’ hands,’ said Stephen Braat, vice president, cloud and managed solutions, CDW."
Baseline Magazine recently featured a profile on dinCloud customer, Sierra Group - a construction, facilities services and electronic security systems company – and the benefits it has realized through a cloud-based infrastructure.
In a recent article on OpenDNS, Techopedia cites dinCloud CTO, Mike Chase, for his commentary on the benefits of using anycast networking and cloud providers’ proprietary security products, over the open-source model.
Total Retail Magazine recently featured an article written by dinCloud CMO, Ali Din. Din’s article “Cloud in Retail: Driving Personalization and Enhanced Consumer Experience” explores the impact of cloud technology on retail, as well as the implications for consumers.
dinCloud was recently featured in an Enterprise Tech article on heightened cloud adoption in the healthcare sector. The article suggests this is being driven by use cases. dinCloud’s vp of sales, David Graffia, is cited, lending his commentary on the cost savings offered by the cloud.
Enterprise Tech recently featured a dinCloud use case in its virtualization feature “Companies Enjoy Many Real Benefits of Virtualization.” dinCloud customer Sierra Group was one of the featured companies. Their director of operations, Monica Valenzuela, gave her perspective on the benefits of dinCloud’s solution.
DaaS is a highly optimized hardware infrastructure, which exploits a superior software solution for virtual desktops at a cost model unattainable by enterprise customers. Technologies like ultra-dense servers (8cpu, 128cores, 2TB memory), ultralow latency networking (40g infiniband or trident+ 10g Ethernet chips), hybrid (SSD/SAS/SATA) hyper-scalable object oriented storage with erasure coding, as well as virtualized security, and encryption and defense systems are brought together to create a turnkey made-for-virtual-desktop environment where every click requires a lightning fast response to deliver a true windows desktop replacement with high user experience expectations.