9DOTS Collaboration With Cloud Nation to Enable Data Management
CONSHOHOCKEN, PA: Cloud being the most adapted technology in the present economy, in line with the same, 9DOTS is all set to offer flexible “in the cloud” access services for their enterprise Business Intelligence solutions via Cloud Nation, a provider of cloud desktop solutions through Citrix XenApp and Microsoft Windows. “With solutions accessed via the cloud, IT departments avoid a great many parts: installation and implementation, client/server maintenance, 3rd party software troubleshooting, and the time required to understand a whole new infrastructure,” states Ric Ravier, Senior Consultant at 9DOTS.
Working with Cloud Nation, 9DOTS has an ability to create private clouds for their customers within Amazon AWS global platform, and access solutions from a cloud-based service instead of purchasing software and installing it on-site. This capability enables organizations to get comparable business benefits with faster implementation and lower initial costs.
“Partnership between 9DOTS and Cloud Nation provides an innovative approach for organizations to collect and understand their data through BI analytics. The power and scalability of Cloud Nation’s infrastructure and the ingenuity of 9DOTS design and process creates accessibility for any company trying to harness the power of big data,” says Rocco Corage, VP of Operations, 9DOTS.
This collaboration enables 9DOTS’ cloud-based access services to offer full access to the latest versions of the 9DOTS proCube BI solution, making the initial costs for solutions accessed from the cloud to be significantly lower, as compared to a purchased, on-premise deployment. Therefore, proCube BI solutions handle more data, users, solutions, and functionality to expand based on the organizational requirement.
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