Code Rebel's New Cloud-Based IT Service Accelerates Mac Adoption in the Enterprise
NEW YORK, NY: Code Rebel, an enterprise software development firm, releases its new cloud-based IT service. The proprietary Code Rebel iRAPP software addresses the growing requirement of corporate IT departments for secure access from diverse enterprise devices. iRAPP product effortlessly and cost-effectively supports the shift from PC only environments to a more flexible, collaborative mix of PC and Mac in enterprise IT ecosystems by accelerating Mac and PC performance in Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) corporate environments.
Code Rebel iRAPP allows end-users to connect to and access information anywhere and anytime from multiple screens regardless of platform, from Mac to PC within the Windows environment.
"The dramatic shift we are seeing from PC only to PC-Mac mixed environments is not only a product of the increasing popularity of Mac among consumers, but also and more so -- the growing adoption of Bring-Your-Own-Device strategies across enterprises and industries. Code Rebel's iRAPP can make the shift to BYOD and a leaner, more flexible and collaborative IT infrastructure easier, smarter, and more cost effective for enterprises than ever before. Our products enable Macs and PCs to collaborate faster and easier with enhanced functionality that supports multiple screens, security and the mobile enterprise," says Arben Kryeziu, CEO, Code Rebel.
Kryeziu believes that with iRAPP, customers can quickly capture the benefits of BYOD which include lower overhead, added flexibility for end users. This enables them to be more productive and efficient from anywhere in the word, greater availability of a wide range of applications, and a more automated and resilient systems infrastructure capable of responding dynamically to variable business demands.
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