Quest Technology Management

Helping clients manage their technology for over 30 years.

Project Crunch

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It is that time of year again. The seasons are changing, the days are getting shorter and the end of the year is fast approaching. Customers are wrapping up projects, closing out budgets and starting to plan operations for the New Year. Procurement decisions have been made and the project cycle will continue into the winter. Continue reading

Getting Your Customers to Call You First

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Congratulations, you’ve made the decision to partner with a reliable cloud services provider to deliver the cloud to your customers. It does you little good to have found a cloud partner, if your customers call somebody else. So how do you get your customers to understand that your reach and capabilities have broadened? When it comes to cloud services, how do you get your customers to think of you and to call you first? I recommend checking out this post by Quest’s Director of Sales, Gary Schick, originally published on Channel Partners Peer-to-Peer blog. As always, we’re here to help you prepare for a successful year ahead in delivering cloud services.

Getting to know Desktop-as-a-Service

Words like Email, Documents, Pictures and more on a cloud that is linked to desktops, mobile device, etc.
I want to focus this time on a Cloud-based solution called Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS). DaaS is one of those technologies that both end-users and IT people like — because it doesn’t force end-users to change their work habits and it relieves IT of all kinds of desktop management hassles by putting all employee desktop images in the Cloud. By ‘desktop images’, I mean all of an end-user’s apps and data as well as the personalized look and feel of their desktop environment. So even though this ‘desktop image’ resides in the Cloud, each end-user’s customizable desktop environment looks and performs as usual. Continue reading