IT as a service is the new standard in IT, and Nerdio is the leading ITaaS solution— a revolutionary cloud platform that’s turnkey and ready to implement.
Good things come in fives: B-ball players. Jacksons. And ITaaS components. So the core technologies that make up an IT environment are comprised of the following components:
Understanding these components is critical to the success of any business. And with ITaaS, managing them is child’s play.
Desktop virtualization is the enabling technology in the ITaaS quintet. Integrating the desktop with the other components is the ticket (not the help-desk kind) to maximum performance.
A common approach to freeing up space in a conventional IT environment had been to move data and apps away from the familiar Windows desktop. Unfortunately, this often reduced power, performance, and personalization. The resulting user frustration outweighed any benefits of such a move.
However, virtual desktops, when properly sized and configured, can easily meet user expectations. The traditional Windows desktop still exists but is enhanced by new flexibility and superior performance. And once in place, VDI lets you move and manage the above components as a unit.
A unified ITaaS model is in a whole different league from
the mix-and-match approach you may be used to suffering with.
Here are a few of the many benefits:
No surprises here: A standardized ITaaS platform gives you a uniform deployment every time by eliminating human error. What you want is what you get.
The integrated components of an ITaaS platform work harmoniously and predictably. No more patchwork approaches; your IT deserves better.
ITaas lets you control all infrastructures from one central portal. It’s management nirvana.
The architecture is easy to replicate and can be scaled up or down to match real-time usage. And practice makes perfect; we’ve been at it for more than 10 years.
A self-contained ITaaS platform is inherently more secure. Backip and disaster recovery “have your six” when things go haywire.
Bask in the glow of automated provisioning; faster deployment and recovery; fewer failures; and built-in compliance. Watch your expenses
—and your headaches—dwindle.
When you’re working with just one vendor, you can get more for less. Hey, it’s a nice extra that could win the show if things get tight.