Looking to run Office 365 in a Remote Desktop environment? Let SherWeb help with these pointers that could help save you a lot of trouble!
Looking to make more money in the cloud? Reaching this goal doesn’t always mean adding new services to your portfolio. By repackaging your existing products and services you can increase your revenue. There are many ways to do this.
In-house applications are difficult for small businesses to maintain. Not only are they costly to set up, but they don’t offer the same security, performance or reliability that you can expect from the cloud. A hosted application offers your customers a pay-as-you-go alternative to the thousands of dollars they would normally spend to set up their own IT services.
If you’re like many SMBs, you probably depend on QuickBooks software to process payments, print cheques and even check your clients’ credit card information. You’re not alone. Recent statistics show that QuickBooks is the favored accounting software for more than 29 million small businesses in the US alone. You’ve probably installed QuickBooks on an on-premises server or computer and in your office. You might have even heard about QuickBooks Online, but you’re wondering if it’s worth all the trouble. Did you know that it’s probably more convenient and easier to Host your QuickBooks with a cloud provider?
Deploying Remote Desktop Services (RDS) is a lot easier than you think. Compared to other desktop and application virtualization solutions, like VMware Horizon or Citrix XenDesktop, configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 for RDS is a breeze. What takes more time is evaluating your needs and capacity. These steps are critical for the success of your implementation. Fortunately, we’ve gone through that in our deployment guide, so you can rely on our recommendations.