IOXO launches CloudWRX, a cloud workspace management tool
IOXO, an expert provider of desktop virtualization technologies, announced CloudWRX, a secure, easy-to-use and lightning-fast management tool that simplifies the migration of workspace computing and related technologies to the cloud for a surprisingly economical cost.
Available as a software-only solution accessible from any internet connected device, CloudWRX offers mass availability of end-to-end cloud computing by relieving SMBs and SMEs customers of IT burdens.
For small and mid-sized businesses (or even divisions inside large enterprises), IOXO makes migrating away from on premise desktops, laptops or server hardware so easy that even administrative staff can do in minutes what typically takes days or weeks for IT professionals to complete.
IOXO’s CEO and Founder David Turcotte leads a seasoned executive team with a long history of innovation in virtualization and security. Turcotte’s prior roles include key leadership positions with Forum Systems, V3 Systems (acquired by Sphere 3D), Fusion Multi-Systems/Fusion-IO (acquired by SanDisk) and Access Data Group.
Since 2017 the IOXO team has been preparing, testing and improving CloudWRX with early customers and is pleased to premiere the formal launch of CloudWRX for all new IOXO customers.
“CloudWRX makes true end-to-end cloud computing and enterprise-grade data security easy and accessible to everyone,” Turcotte remarked.
“CloudWRX’s simplicity reduces Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for customers by eliminating the need for hardware, backups or even IT staff on site. Before CloudWRX, small businesses could not afford—or lacked the IT professionals to deliver—the market’s best cloud, data and security technologies. IOXO levels that playing field for our customers while costing less than traditional IT services.”
One of the ways CloudWRX improves data security is by migrating customers 100 percent to the cloud, eliminating any local or end point data. With true end-to-end cloud computing, IOXO customers no longer worry about lost or stolen laptops, hacked Wi-Fi, viruses/malware, keyloggers or even ransomware.
With additional monitoring and services added, IOXO customers can also be notified when end users try to delete, email or transmit protected data. CloudWRX gives IOXO customer’s insight into and protections against internal or external bad actors (or that well-meaning but impatient CEO) while making sure that best practices remain in effect to protect their businesses.
CloudWRX also enables the addition of disaster recovery and business continuity plans for IOXO users giving customers the peace of mind that comes from knowing the CloudWRX platform adheres to HIPPAA, HITECH, PCI, HITRUST, FINRA and SOX compliance standards.
“No small business wants to operate without data security—however, most just can’t afford it,” Turcotte said. “Now with CloudWRX, every small business can have the same data security resources Fortune 500 companies employ to protect themselves.”
IOXO’s CloudLock tackles end point pain for customers
Another IOXO value add relies on the premise that true end-to-end cloud computing must solve the end point computing security dilemma and also address the cost of managing devices. IOXO solves both customer pain points with its CloudLock device.
Appearing in every respect like an elegant macOS or Windows laptop, a CloudLock is a secure gateway to IOXO’s cloud computing environment that stores no local data. The CloudLock eases onboarding because it requires no setup or configuration.
CloudLock also enables end users to experience incredible computing speeds—faster than their “local” computers—without the burden of managing PCs. IOXO customers also can access their personalized cloud workstations without a CloudLock from any other internet-connected device if desired.
The CloudLock is free to new IOXO customers through the month of May and CloudWRX is ready to manage it all today.
“In a nutshell, IOXO makes intelligent cloud computing and data security easy and accessible to everyone—all for less money than traditional computing and IT,” Turcotte concludes.