CloudJumper, a workspace as a service (WaaS) platform provider, has partnered with US Signal, an IT solutions provider of network, cloud hosting, colocation, data protection and disaster recovery services.
CloudJumper will leverage US Signal cloud infrastructure to deliver hosted desktops, applications, storage and complete workspaces to midsize and large enterprises nationwide, via channel partners.
CloudJumper WaaS users can log into a work environment that will look and operate like their actual physical office desktop – including applications and data. The nWorkSpace platform integrates software, infrastructure, services and support, and is complemented by comprehensive data protection, including data backup, spam filtering, virus protection, data theft protection, and disaster recovery planning and support.
For partners, the CloudJumper partner portal provides web-based quoting and ordering, partner and customer analytics and monitoring, support integration, financial reporting with on-demand access to detailed billing, service discounting based on account size, pricing estimates for new accounts, onboarding support, and white label billing.
Recent research by MarketsandMarkets has forecast the growth of WaaS to reach $18.37 billion by 2022.
“The numbers clearly show that cloud-based workspaces are becoming increasingly popular with the business community,” said Jon Bruckbauer, vice president of sales, US Signal. “CloudJumper provides the ideal business-class platform for cloud-based workspaces that meet the demands of customers.”
“US Signal is widely recognized as a leader in its areas of operation and we appreciate our new alignment to better serve our North American partners,” added Max Pruger, chief sales officer for CloudJumper. “nWorkSpace requires a hosting platform that is stable, reliable, and resilient and US Signal delivers.”