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ThinDesk Applications on Demand. Anytime, Anywhere, over Any Device

Insite's ThinDesk is a turnkey service for outsourcing your company's core technology infrastructure utilizing 'The Cloud'. Our unique managed service eliminates installing, upgrading and maintaining the software applications and hardware used daily to run your company, helping you to operate a more efficient, effective and successful business.

ThinDesk Overview

First Class performance and reliability, made accessible through your Internet browser

ThinDesk offers you the future of the Internet by streaming software applications. ThinDesk is an on-line fully managed software service that allows customers to use their most desired computer programs without having to download or install anything. With the fastest Internet speed and an easy to use interface, you will enjoy all the benefits of the latest computer software, without having to pay the high costs.

The key to a successful business is effective cost management. ThinDesk helps to reduce and manage IT costs, while increasing performance without compromising productivity, access or security. ThinDesk becomes your company's IT department. Our world class Data Centre incorporates state-of-the-art technology, high performance hardware, advanced security systems and expert technical support. Applications run seamlessly on our servers and are delivered to you quickly and securely through the Internet.

ThinDesk allows you and your employees to securely log in from anywhere in the world. If you can access the Internet, you can access your data and applications. ThinDesk not only affords you the opportunity to choose how company employees use your system, it also grants outside parties secure, selective access to your system. Having accessible systems is a powerful tool that helps organizations get a lot more accomplished. tech

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