UST Global Announces New Offerings as More IT Operations and Workloads are Shifted to the Cloud

UST Global, a leading digital transformation solutions company, announced the launch of two new cloud offerings, UST CloudDesk and UST MultiCloud Manager, in response to an increased global demand for secure, stable solutions that enable boundaryless workplace and multi-cloud management for enterprises. As organizations strive to provide uninterrupted services and maintain business continuity in the ‘New Normal’, many organizations are looking to the cloud for delivering critical functions.

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UST CloudDesk Boundaryless Digital Workplace Solution enables remote work by centralizing control, management, and security over enterprise-wide data and services in Public and Private Cloud. CloudDesk offers a cloud-agnostic solution to support end-to-end managed workspaces that can be accessed from any device (corporate-owned or personal). The unique capability of UST CloudDesk enables enterprises to move these workloads seamlessly between different cloud platforms and thus eliminates the vendor lock-in. It also facilitates privilege and identity access management to secure endpoints and protect an organization’s data. An additional layer of Cyber Security brought by UST Global makes the workloads completely secured from cyberattacks. This is made available to customers at highly competitive pricing, and At-No-Cost to start.

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“Going Digital is no more an option! It’s not only for the external business user environments but is also required for the internal end-user IT environments. You have to go Digital internally and externally,” said Muraleekrishnan Nair, Global Head – Cloud Infrastructure Services, UST Global, “Remote Desktop solutions like CloudDesk are critical to provide agility, security, and governance over scattered data stored in end points and provide secure connections to apps hosted in data centers and the cloud. This reduces a lot of risk for organizations that operate in heavily distributed environments.”

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