MainFrameIT Partners With CloudJumper
MainFrameIT introduces WaaS services to customers, including cloud-based desktops, applications, storage, and complete IT workspaces.
CloudJumper has announced a partnership with MainFrameIT. Through a new partnership with CloudJumper, the company will deliver a suite of services based on nWorkSpace, CloudJumper’s Workspace as a Service (WaaS) platform. MainFrameIT will focus its delivery of the solution on small and medium size businesses (SMBs) throughout North America.
MainFrameIT, LLC launched in 2008 and began helping SMB customers benefit from a modern-day “mainframe” computing paradigm – Microsoft Windows PCs/servers/networks all running centrally from the cloud. MainFrameIT’s model liberated customers from having to purchase and maintain heavy infrastructure such as servers and related technologies, as well as the expense and headaches of maintaining it all. With CloudJumper nWorkSpace assuming a primary role in its technology stack, MainFrameIT will continue to empower SMBs with the security and data protection postures today’s world demands. As for the enduser experience, staff are no longer shackled to a single PC as each employee’s workspace (Windows/Apps/Data) follows them from PC to PC to Mac to device resulting in a workforce that is more agile, more mobile, and more productive.
With the advanced CloudJumper-enabled WaaS solution, MainFrameIT customers are provided with policy-based access to their workspace from any location at any time, as defined by the organization. Customers with multiple locations and/or remote staff are now able to work as if all are in one virtual office (in the cloud). CloudJumper nWorkSpace powered WaaS allows MainFrameIT to quickly and easily provision cloud services, providing customers with the flexibility of one or more public or private cloud environments to operate their business from.
“With nWorkSpace, we are accelerating our success in the cloud arena, providing both ourselves and our customers with greater operational agility along the way,” said James White, managing partner at MainFrameIT. “While in our case CloudJumper fit perfectly into our existing business model, it’s really a turnkey solution built for all IT service providers. At the end of a rigorous evaluation process we selected nWorkSpace versus others, not only because of CloudJumper’s platform, but because of their proven experience in the WaaS space. Since the platform is turnkey it provides the lowest overhead solution in the industry which translates to cost savings that we are able to pass on to clients. We fully expect MainFrameIT’s WaaS services to lead the company’s revenue generation efforts in 2017.”
CloudJumper’s nWorkSpace is a preferred platform for MSPs, CSPs, software vendors, and other IT providers as it integrates all elements necessary to deliver highly scalable WaaS, including software, services, multi-cloud infrastructure, and expert engineering support. The platform provides layers of defense against data loss and cyber-attack with powerful data protection capabilities that include spam filtering, malware/virus protection, ransomware protection, data theft protection, data backup, disaster recovery, and disaster recovery planning and support. The CloudJumper partner portal provides an industry-first engagement platform for 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.
“Like many forward thinking MSPs, MainFrameIT is paving a frictionless a path to the cloud for its customers with nWorkSpace WaaS,” said Max Pruger, chief sales officer for CloudJumper. “CloudJumper reduces the cost and complexity of this reality with a well-planned approach designed with the channel in mind. With industry experts predicting rapid growth in the WaaS sector over the next several years, now is the time to develop a game plan for this space.”