Managed Service Providers
Deliver a Native Desktop Experience from the Cloud
Managed and Hosted Service Providers (MSPs and HSPs) use GO-Global® to publish Windows® applications without the high cost and technology overhead of desktop and application virtualization technologies. With GO-Global, MSPs and HSPs can deliver Windows applications globally, on demand, from a public, private, or hybrid cloud, and save at least 40% on application delivery costs over Citrix®, VMware® Horizon®, or Microsoft® RDS. End users using Windows applications published by GO-Global can access those apps from PCs, Macs, and Chromebooks, plus Apple® and Android™ mobile devices.
Unlike Citrix, VMware, and RDS, GO-Global is easy to install, configure and manage, but delivers enterprise-level features like integrated load balancing, third party load balancing support, and real-time host monitoring. MSPs and HSPs can also maximize server resources using GO-Global’s session management capability that enables IT admins to pre-define maximum server loads and consolidate users and applications automatically.
Because GO-Global closely mimics a native desktop experience, most end users don’t realize that they are using GO-Global. MSPs and HSPs can seamlessly integrate GO-Global’s secure multi-user, remote access functionality into their Windows applications, and put their brand front and center with GO-Global’s branding feature, replacing GraphOn branding in the user interface branding with their logo, name, and images. And GO-Global’s ability to deliver a good user experience at low bandwidth speeds makes it possible for MSPs and HSPs to provide great service for all customers, no matter where they are located, even in areas with poorly performing internet infrastructure.
Applications deployed using GO-Global are typically more secure than when they are installed directly on an endpoint device. For MSPs and HSPs that need strong security, GO-Global leverages the best available security technologies, like two-factor authentication and support for most single sign-on solutions (SSO), to provide a multi-layered security system that ensures data security and customer privacy.
Two-factor authentication delivers greater peace of mind by requiring end users to enter a 6-digit code from an authenticator app on a smart phone, in addition to their username and password. MSPs and HSPs who want more transparency and fewer service desk calls can leverage GO-Global’s support for OpenID® Connect—used by most single sign-on solutions—to allow users to sign in once to their identity provider using pre-defined authentication policies and credentials, and then access Windows applications published by GO-Global with just one click.
Companies can pay only for what they use with invoicing based on highest daily concurrent users each month, or reduce the cost per concurrent user with an annual plan.