July 30, 2013
NEW YORK, July 30 -- Key Methods a provider of IT solutions in Washington State, today announced it has been named a Certified Delivery Partner of OS33, the leading unified cloud computing IT platform, to deliver virtual cloud desktops and services to Seattle area businesses.
Cloud Connect, the new Key Methods service, powered by OS33, provides companies access to a fast, secure and centralized IT platform, meeting the demand for businesses looking to reduce costs, improve performance, and maximize productivity via the cloud. As an OS33 Certified Delivery Partner, Key Methods adds the capability to rapidly deliver cloud-desktops, servers, applications and storage for business looking to shift some or all their IT assets to the cloud. Employees can easily access all their apps, data and IT from multiple devices including mobile phones and tablets, via the OS33 Webtop, providing the workforce with a consistent and secure experience 24x7x365. Instead of spending large amounts of capital, time, and staff on managing an on-premise network, companies can now rely on Key Methods as their virtual IT department.
"We are extremely excited to partner with a world-class organization like OS33," says Dan Paquette, Managing Partner of Key Methods. "We routinely run into clients that have begun migrating their IT to the cloud, who then quickly discover challenges integrating their applications, as well as growing administrative costs trying to maintain multiple service providers, user accounts, and security & compliance issues in-house. The OS33 platform allows us to provide our clients with a robust cloud solution that can unify their on-premise line-of-business applications with other hosted applications like Office365, Google Apps, and SalesForce. When you add the ability to customize the user interface through the WebTop, we believe it's the best cloud solution on the market."
Through the OS33 platform, Key Methods provides companies with enterprise-class cloud technology that eliminates the need for companies to make constant investments in server and network infrastructure. Key Methods has achieved "Certified Delivery Partner" status with OS33, a certification awarded to limited number of partners who have achieved proficiency with the OS33 platform, showing expertise in deployment and IT support. This certification showcases leadership in the delivery of cloud services, leading to better service for the end-user business.
"Key Methods exemplifies what we look for in a strategic partner," says Jacob Kazakevich, OS33 President. "Their skill set, attention to detail, and superb customer service has shown to be a tremendous asset when helping companies migrate to OS33. They constantly find new ways to help their clients develop better workflows though OS33 and we look forward to our ongoing relationship."
About Key Methods
Key Methods specializes in delivering IT solutions to small and mid-size businesses. An early adopter of cloud solutions, Key Methods has years of experience delivering the best cloud-based IT solutions for their clients. Key Methods partners with companies to help them become more efficient, productive, and satisfied with their technology investments. Headquartered out of Wenatchee, Washington, Key Methods provides services to a wide range of clients across Washington State. For more information on Key Methods, visit www.keymethods.net or call 888-860-2074.
OS33, the leading unified cloud computing IT solution for delivering cloud desktops, applications and infrastructure all from a single solution, has been tested and proven by thousands of end users across four continents. With OS33, companies can rapidly provision users, companies and entire cloud-based IT networks, easily accessible from any web-enabled device. OS33 is based in New York City. For more information visit http://www.os33.com.
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