CloudJumper, a Workspace as a Service (WaaS) platform innovator for agile business IT, has announced coverage in a new Workspace as a Service vendor landscape report by MarketsandMarkets Research. The 2016 Vendor Comparison on Workspace as a Service providers offers an analysis of the top vendors in the category, including CloudJumper, Amazon Web Services, Citrix Systems, IndependenceIT, Microsoft Corporation (Azure), and VMware.
The MarketsandMarkets report is based on the research firm’s DIVE methodology based on a comprehensive study of the major players offering workspace software and/or services to channel partners and/or independent software vendors. MSPs, ISVs, agents, and other IT service providers are increasingly turning to WaaS to facilitate the easy deployment of digital workplaces at client locations. WaaS is a combined set of pre-integrated services to enable smooth deployment of digital workspaces at client locations. The key vendors in this WaaS market report were shortlisted based on their service capabilities, technology innovations, industry coverage, viability, and breadth of services offered.
Previous research by MarketsandMarkets has forecast the sales growth in this space to reach US$18.37 billion by 2022 – a significant increase in adoption of WaaS solutions by organizations worldwide. Leading analysts have been monitoring the market with growing interest as IT administrators reduce the cost and complexity of their IT environments while improving efficiency and mobility with cloud-based access to applications, data, and complete workspaces from any desktop, laptop, tablet, and/or smartphone device.
Cited as a key vendor in the comparison, CloudJumper’s nWorkSpace platform integrates software, infrastructure, services, and support to simplify the delivery and management of WaaS by MSPs, ISVs, CSPs, telcos, and agents. Regardless of the partner classification, CloudJumper provides hands-on support and customization of cloud solutions to assist partners in meeting customer requirements. nWorkSpace is complemented by a comprehensive data protection offering that includes data backup, spam filtering, virus protection, data theft protection, and disaster recovery planning and support. All applications are stored and backed up in CloudJumper-certified data centers that are SSAE-16 Type II, TIA 942 Class 4, PCI DSS, HIPAA, and Sarbanes-Oxley certified.
“As one of the fastest growing WaaS providers in the category, we are proud to see CloudJumper on this prestigious list of vendors,” said CloudJumper president, JD Helms. “The company’s focus on WaaS is validated again with the emergence of this report which we invite MSPs, ISVs, and other IT service providers considering entrance into the category to review.”