With GO-Global, you only pay for actual usage. You might have 1,000 people who need the software, but only 300 of them are using it at the same time. Instead of charging you for 1,000 licenses, you’d only pay for 300 licenses with GO-Global, to support a max of 300 users logged in at the same time.
Get an estimate of your rates without paying for unnecessary users.
GO-Global replacement of Microsoft Remote Desktop Services functionality eliminated licensing costs for BEG, providing us with a key competitive differentiator that has contributed to our success.”
RDS requires an additional license for each user, which makes it unaffordable, plus RDS consumes a lot of computing resources relative to the number of end users… GO-Global consumed far fewer computing resources than RDS or Citrix.”
We run GO-Global on the same servers we used to run RDS, but instead of supporting 5,000 users, we now support 15,000—and have not needed to add servers because GO-Global is so efficient.”
For your users, for your team, for your security.
Named users are the total number of users that have the right to log in to your application. If your application has 10 customers, each one with 2 users, your named users would amount to 20. Even though all 20 users are not logged in at the same time, some companies (like Citrix) still require you to pay for each individual user.
Concurrent users are all the users who are simultaneously logged in to your application. You might have a total of 20 users but maybe only 10 of them are logged in to your application concurrently, on average.