dinCloud, a cloud services provider, recently announced that it has received a 2014 Cloud Computing Desktop as a Service (DaaS) Award for webHVD, the company’s HTML5-powered Hosted Virtual Desktop (HVD). The award was given by Cloud Computing magazine, a TMC (News - Alert) sponsored cloud communications technology website.
Allowing users to access their cloud-based desktops, webHVD is very secure and supports 1 monitor. The solution works on any Windows platform (except Windows RT), MAC OSX, Linux, or Google (News - Alert) Chromebook device. IPAD/Android will be supported when the Chrome browser allows extensions. dinCloud claims that webHVD is the only virtual desktop in the world that can surf Netflix, and it outperforms every other virtual desktop on flash heavy sites as well as ones where Microsoft (News - Alert) Silverlight and other graphics technologies are deployed.
“We are honored to be recognized with a Cloud Computing Desktop as a Service award, as this win further demonstrates dinCloud’s ability to provide innovative solutions for organizations of any size that are looking to mobilize their workforce and reduce local costs,” said Ali Din, SVP and CMO of dinCloud. “Our flagship product, dinHVD, was already rated the number one hosted virtual desktop. By adding this webHVD award win to our growing list of accolades, we can continue showcasing our expertise in the DaaS space, and further validate dinCloud as a leading cloud-based desktop provider.”
dinCloud helps both commercial and public sector organizations rapidly migrate to the cloud through business provisioning, provided via its strong channel base of VARs and MSPs. dinCloud provides subscription-based services tailored to fit a range of business models resulting in reduced cost, enhanced security, control, and productivity. The company has been selected as a finalist in the 2013 Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards. The company was the only U.S. partner to be recognized as a finalist in the Cloud Partner of the Year.