dinCloud, a provider of cloud services and business provisioning, is now offering hosted virtual desktop (HVD) services.
The company also announced significant investments in R&D, including the addition of several new engineers to its roster in 2014.
The new strategy will help the company offer innovative product offerings and capabilities to the channel, enabling significant savings, and providing a smarter alternative to on-premises infrastructure for customers of all sizes, the company said.
As part of its R&D strategy for the coming months, dinCloud plans to launch several new products around webHVD/HTML5 virtual desktops, cloud storage, and public/private connectivity with MPLS/VPN networks.
dinCloud has also revamped its website to include a “shop now” feature where customers can purchase hosted virtual desktops, Windows or Linux servers, and a variety of stand-alone applications that are hosted at dinCloud online.
As part of its new branding initiative, dinCloud also announced a new logo and overall theme on “What’s Your Cloud Story” and plans to showcase the innovation of its customers and power of its infrastructure through customer success stories.
These developments will encourage other small to midsized businesses to look to the cloud to improve their own business processes, increase productivity, and enjoy cost savings that were previously only available to large companies.
dinCloud has also added hosted server, storage, networking and several application in the cloud offerings. The company also offers disaster recovery capabilities to maximize uptime and minimize cost while protecting businesses; as well as archiving to meet industry compliance regulations and savings on mass storage.
These storage and backup solutions provide data protection to companies of all sizes with flexible pricing options. “Our newest virtual desktop, webHVD, is a true plug and play, powered by HTML5 in Google’s (News - Alert) Chrome browser as a web application extension – no client software to worry about on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, or Chromebook endpoints,” said Mike Chase, EVP & CTO, dinCloud, in a statement.
“As we move into 2014, we’ll continue to focus on our user experiences across all these new products to ensure we continue delivering a heavenly experience in the cloud,” Chase added.