dinCloud, a cloud service provider that helps businesses take their current network systems and migrate them to the cloud, has announced it will be offering its first ever HTML5 powered hosted virtual desktop.
Why does this all matter? Well when HTML first came out all it could do was basically build a single homepage on the Internet. Now, HTML5 can be used for everything from writing applications, connecting websites, creating multi-layered software, and create eye catching graphics. Big change.
With dinCloud creating the first virtual desktop using HTML5 it basically blew the minds of all the computer geeks around the world.
“HTML5 is the latest standard for how web browsers communicate on the Internet and is quickly making browsers like Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer, a single pane of glass for voice, video, instant messaging, collaboration, virtual desktop, and other functions. HTML5 offers many APIs which allow companies to take their innovations to the next level – something that dinCloud has done with webHVD,” said Walid Elemary, vice president of engineering and product development at dinCloud.
“We took the number one rated hosted virtual desktop (dinHVD) and leveraged HTML5 to create a truly unique DaaS offering that snaps in easily, while delivering the performance, graphics, and functionality that small business users require.”
There will be barely any setup time, no equipment or software that needs to be installed. The service can be up and running within minutes and offers a virtual private data center that can be used to manage authentication, software-defined networking, storage, and computer power.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker