Terminal servers based on high-performance hardware; high uptime and stability guaranteed. Work with familiar software on any machine and anywhere in the world while spending less on IT
You won’t have to pay for basic activation; we will install your server in our data center and take care of the primary setup for free
Keep your data in a remote server to reduce the risks of malicious attacks; protect the server instead of separate computers
We’ve already taken care of daily backups; we create reserve copies of our clients’ data and store them in our safe data centers
Choose a reliable environment for your data; we use top-notch hardware and redundant components to maximize fault tolerance
Manage your company by granting and restricting access to corporate software, data bases and other resources on the server itself
No need to buy and manage individual powerful computers or buy multiple software licenses; all operations run on the server
When choosing solutions for remote work, it is important to understand the differences between them. A terminal server is a solution that allows multiple computers to connect to one machine while using the same OS. When you rent a remote desktop server, you can only access it once at a time per machine. Remote apps allow you to access applications deployed in a remote server without having to use an entire desktop.
There is one important thing these solutions have in common: we can create and deploy any of them for you.
Terminal servers are a good fit for small and medium businesses. Users access their own segments of a single server. This is made possible through the use of hypervisors. While this solution will satisfy the requirements of a business with a limited staff, its limitations may start to show when applied to larger ones.
This largely depends on the scope of an individual project. Contact us using the form above and we will get back to you so that we can discuss the timeframe.
Terminal servers are a good solution for a given company’s internal security, as no data is stored on the user’s local desktop. Our terminal servers are protected by multiple layers of security measures, both on the digital level and on the physical level. Security systems in our data centers protect the servers themselves while VPNs provide secure remote access to the terminal servers.