Who Buys GO-Global?
Give End Users a Great Windows Application Experience
Every day, all over the world, people from every walk of life use GO-Global to access Windows® applications to do their work. Clinicians use GO-Global to securely view and analyze medical images. Firefighters use GO-Global to quickly coordinate emergency services and responses, even over low bandwidth connections. Financial advisors use GO-Global to manage their clients’ portfolios using a wide variety of end user devices. Plant managers use GO-Global to monitor manufacturing, chemical, and power plant processes and equipment from anywhere. Pastors use GO-Global to securely manage their church’s finances and physical infrastructure and better understand parishioner needs. Hotel clerks use GO-Global to efficiently check guests in and out.
End users at organizations using GO-Global to provide access to Windows applications get the same user experience as an end user that has Windows applications running on their device. These organizations also have the option to brand the GO-Global end user interface with the organization’s images, logo, and names. GO-Global enables end users to watch in-app videos, listen to audio, cut and paste, print to a local printer, save files on their hard drive, and much more.
Most end users never realize that they are using GO-Global. When GO-Global is integrated into an application or hosting/managed service, it is completely transparent to the end user.
Hosted Service Providers (HSPs), Managed Service Providers (MSPs), and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) integrate GO-Global with their product or service.
Small and medium businesses (SMBs) use GO-Global as a turnkey multi-user, remote application access solution. For these customers, GO-Global is an easy and cost-effective alternative to solutions from Citrix, VMware and Microsoft, and GO-Global can be customized with the business’ own visual branding. Many small businesses install GO-Global on a single desktop or laptop computer and use it to quickly and easily deploy applications to a small number of employees.
Large enterprises use GO-Global as an infrastructure component in their datacenters or cloud-hosted private clouds to publish Windows applications to thousands of users using a load-balanced farm of hosts, ensuring reliable performance and secure access to Windows applications for end users inside and outside the network, from any device.