Wednesday, 15 May 2013 21:13
GreenQube is proud to announce a reception at Citrix Synergy 2013 in Anaheim, CA on May 21, 2013.
Published in News (Blog)
Monday, 25 February 2013 23:09
The biggest solution in setting up a business continuity plan is to have your IT infrastructure transferred online by availing of services from cloud computing vendors. And undoubtedly, the biggest portion of this business continuity solution is having all or most workstations virtualized, the most common type being hosted desktops.
Thursday, 21 February 2013 19:23
Traditionally, the role of the IT or IS department is to make sure that all required computing resources are up and running smoothly for an indefinite measure of time. Meaning the IT guy’s job is never done, from data migration, software installation and update, and even hardware repair and maintenance, the job is always stressful and there is always something that needs fixing. Hosted Desktops eliminate a number of these problems.
Thursday, 21 February 2013 19:03
In an effort to better inform potential Hosted Desktop users and businesses, GreenQube has updated its website. The updated website highlights the benefits of utilizing a cloud hosted desktop solution.
Thursday, 21 February 2013 18:57
GreenQube has gone through a hardware refresh and upgrade process. With this upgrade GreenQube has incorporated Windows 2012 and Solid State Drives (SSD) into its Hosted Desktop infrastructure.
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 07:56
Employee turnover is an old age problem in any institution which could never be avoided but its effects should have already been eliminated or even just mitigated. When an employee leaves, they take with them their expertise and knowledge in their line of work—the brain drain.
Published in Workshifting
Monday, 01 October 2012 10:34
White label branding plays a big role in economics especially in spreading around income. It allows multiple businesses to flourish and brings with it healthy competition which leads to cheaper rates and better service. This is because a large provider can sell its goods or services to other businesses who brand it as their own and adding their own touches and customizations. This puts all those second party businesses in direct competition with each other because they are selling the same products or service with slightly different flavors. This puts pressure on all of them which leads them to lower prices, improved service, and diversity of choice. The best part is that the customer gets all the benefits.
Published in White Label
Wednesday, 26 September 2012 07:06
Back in the good old days of our grandparents, work was all about passion; they look for a good company and work there for the rest of their lives, and they consider it a great honor and privilege to do so, even if it is monotonous. This mentality no longer holds true for most in era of the mobile internet. There is now more emphasis on work-life balance, it isn’t all about work anymore but it is also about giving emphasis on your life with family, friends, and yourself. Basically the emphasis shifted from “I work because I love my job” to “I work so I have the money to do what I love”.
Published in Workshifting
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 10:06
Cloud based desktop environments are now being considered by many corporations as a solution to age-old problems of need versus cost savings. But will hosted desktops really ever take off for the individual consumer; say a freelance system or business analyst? Let us take a look at some benefits that hosted desktop brings to corporations and businesses and compare that to the individual consumer.
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 10:00
A lot of people have dreams about working in their own home and at their leisure with nothing but greed driving their desire to work, not a bossy supervisor who is constantly on their back. But even with today’s communications collaboration technology, up until now, there is not one that defines a real cloud collaboration tool that brings a workforce together in a real virtual office. Even leading outsourcing work-from-home portals like freelancer.com and odesk.com only provide basic collaboration tools which lead employers to select their own cloud tools, and each one has their own preference. Freelancers will have to constantly adapt to different tools as they get contracts from different employers, and employers will have to train their new contractors to use their tools taking up the time of both.