Philadelphia, PA — (SBWIRE) — 06/07/2016 — In today’s workforce, constant traveling is commonplace. Remote workforces have special needs that require them to be autonomous, yet connected at the same time. Services teams are in front of customers, as are sales teams.
In healthcare, for example, more services are delivered through home healthcare, remote outpatient facilities, even Hospice at home. The network of care givers required to fully deliver required services is large and combined with compliance requirements, such as HIPAA, solving for the IT requirements to support these teams is very difficult. The need to access documents and collaborate in real-time becomes even more critical for these remote teams. For these uses cases and others, Cloudnexa, a well-known cloud services provider from Philadelphia, set out to help companies manage their remote teams according to its unique brand of Cloud Computing Management; placing a big emphasis on utility pricing with little to no upfront investment.
“Amazon Web Services offers a variety of solutions that help remote workers feel like they never left home base,” said Joel Davne, Cloudnexa’s founder and CEO. His company helps businesses navigate Amazon Web Services as efficiently and sensibly as possible.
Davne just released an article via Cloudnexa’s website that explains some of the ways in which the mobile workforce can optimize workflow while operating from headquarters. For one, Amazon WorkSpaces is a popular desktop as a service that allows users to provision cloud-based desktops and gain access to a number of resources through a plethora of devices like Mac and Windows computers, iPads and tablets.
For companies with telecommuters, Davne recommended zero clients or a Chromebook. They store data in AWS rather than directly on the device. Zero clients and Chromebooks are popular because of their low cost. Also using WorkSpaces with AD enables tighter security over PCs, and if they are lost or stolen, they can be easily replaced without requiring IT resources to configure and deploy them.
Davne’s article also delved into the benefits of two other Amazon Web Service solutions—WorkDocs and AWS Directory Service—for mobile workforce employees. Much like other Cloud CMS solutions, WorkDocs allows workers to store data in the cloud, rather than on a single device. Its benefits include no storage limits, quick recovery in lieu of mishaps and an affordable highly secure enterprise grade solution.
The article can be read in full here. To learn more about how Cloudnexa, an AWS partner, helps businesses optimize workflow in the cloud, please visit the company’s website, or call 800-724-4157.
Cloudnexa is an internationally recognized AWS Premier Partner based in Philadelphia, PA that utilizes Amazon Web Services (AWS) to assist clients in surpassing their business and IT goals. The winner of the prestigious 2015 Frost & Sullivan award for excellence in cloud management services, and 2016 Gartner Cool Vendor for Cloud Management, Cloudnexa, exhibits years of experience and expertise advising clients, as their needs pertain to success within the cloud platform.
Their patented vNOC platform enhances the AWS environment and allows users to streamline functions in a single, simple user-friendly interface.
For more information regarding Cloudnexa or their vNOC environment, please visit their website at http://www.cloudnexa.com/.