Windows Applications Anywhere
Organizations around the world use GO-Global® to deliver Windows® applications anywhere, on demand, from a public, private, or hybrid cloud, to any end user device that supports a browser—even macOS®, iOS, and Android™ devices—at a price point that’s a fraction of the cost of other technologies.
Unlike products that wrap features around Microsoft® Remote Desktop Services (RDS), GO-Global provides full replacements for Microsoft’s multi-session functionality and its Remote Desktop clients, display driver, protocol, internet gateway, and management tools, which can save at least 40% over other multi-user remote access solutions.
Additionally, when deployed on cloud services like Amazon Web Services® (AWS) and Windows Azure®, expensive products like Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops™, VMware Horizon®, and Parallels® RAS duplicate the infrastructure components and security and scalability features already provided by those cloud services. In contrast, GO-Global leverages a cloud services’ existing infrastructure and security and scalability features to deliver similar functionality with less complexity.
For example, GO-Global’s support for OpenID® Connect allows Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to offload authentication and user management to their customers, eliminating the need for the user management features provided by more expensive products. GO-Global works with cloud-based load balancers rather than providing alternatives like more expensive products do. And, unlike the more expensive products, customers can use GO-Global’s SDKs to tightly integrate GO-Global with their applications and cloud infrastructure.
Because GO-Global leverages the functionality provided by modern cloud services to deliver Windows applications, it delivers a great user experience and the sophisticated features required to meet IT and end user needs at savings of up to 70%.
GO-Global’s cloud-friendly features extend to licensing. GO-Global is available in multiple subscription options to fit a wide variety of use cases, so organizations can select the scenario that best fits their needs and lowers their risk.