Platform overview

In a hybrid cloud, some of your applications run in the cloud while others still run off of your existing in-house servers. A SimplyClouds Hosted Desktop can be configured to access both applications in the cloud and on your in-house servers, providing a consistent virtual desktop experience.

Applications on-premise hosted on your own servers

Applications from 3rd party cloud platforms

Access all your apps from your Hosted Desktop on any device - anywhere, anytime.

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  • Hosted Servers
  • Hosted Desktops
  • Hosted Security
  • Hosted Apps
  • Secure connection

    With SimplyClouds you can safely exchange sensitive data while working from anywhere in the world. The connection from our cloud to your device is secured by enterprise grade encryption.

  • Applications on-premise

    Due to security or performance issues some applications can’t be migrated to the cloud. For these situations there’s hybrid cloud architecture. In a hybrid cloud, applications running side by side both in the cloud and on in-house servers are seamlessly accessible through the SimplyClouds Hosted Desktop.

  • Secure connection

    With SimplyClouds you can safely exchange sensitive data while working from anywhere in the world. The connection from our cloud to your device is secured by enterprise grade encryption.

  • Applications in 3rd party clouds

    In addition to being able to access your in-house and migrated applications and data through a SimplyClouds Hosted Desktop, you can also access apps and data stored in 3rd party clouds like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.

  • Secure connection

    With SimplyClouds you can safely exchange sensitive data while working from anywhere in the world. The connection from our cloud to your device is secured by enterprise grade encryption.

  • Access from any device

    You can easily access both your in-house applications and applications in the cloud, all through our Hosted Desktop using any device—including tablets, smartphones and other personal devices in addition to your office desktop system.

Why Hybrid Cloud?

  • Accommodates your applications that can’t be hosted in the cloud and must remain in house
  • Allows your business to keep mission-critical applications and data in house to avoid 3rd party vulnerabilities while still taking full advantage of the cost and scalability of the cloud for other apps
  • Lets you transition just some of your applications and data to the cloud to “test the waters” before fully committing to migration

Resources

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Most people don’t realize that servers are often the most underused computers in a business. In the case of smaller companies with their own in-house IT infrastructures, a server often runs only one operating system and uses only a fraction of its available processing power to manage things like the company email. It's not uncommon to set up an entirely separate server for another solution, like network storage or hosting the company website, which is an inefficient use of hardware.

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