Virtual Environment

Virtual Environment

A Better Alternative to Piecemeal Computing and Security

The RGTS - A ConvergeOne Company (RGTS) Virtual Environment delivers a better, more secure, and more nimble alternative to the familiar distribution of applications, files, databases, and security protections, which are often scattered piecemeal among employees’ individual desktop PCs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Your company’s data and applications remain protected in the RGTS network cloud.

From RGTS’s cloud, secure access is always available to authorized users and devices anywhere in the world where there’s an Internet connection, giving employees valuable new flexibility.

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Strong Security, Built-In Disaster Resilience, Global Internet Access

The Virtual Environment cloud servers in RGTS’s New York data center are replicated continuously at a remote data center 200 miles away on a separate power grid. Disaster resilience and disaster recovery are built in. This assures protected storage and uninterrupted, secure access over the Internet even during a disaster.

By using RGTS’s carrier-grade infrastructure, which is monitored around the clock by RGTS’s Network Operations Center, clients achieve a level of computing access, security, and disaster resilience that is ordinarily limited to very large enterprises with extensive IT departments.

Consistent Computing Experience Across Diverse Devices and Locations

With the RGTS Virtual Environment you access a consistent computing experience across diverse devices – desktop PCs, tablets, laptops, and smartphones that use a variety of operating systems and platforms. People working off site can use their authorized devices to connect to their applications through a secure virtual private network (VPN) from anywhere in the world.

Carrier-Grade Performance From RGTS

RGTS applies its high-bandwidth infrastructure to provide clients with dedicated connections to its private cloud. This yields performance superior to public cloud services, where customers must use public Internet paths to connect to their files and applications.