SADA Systems announces partnership with Ericom Software to web-enable Windows and legacy applications for Google Chromebooks
SADA Systems (http://www.sadasystems.com), a leading Google Enterprise Partner and Google Authorized Reseller, today announced a partnership with Ericom Software to provide Chromebook users with streamlined remote access to Windows desktops and legacy applications. SADA Systems is investing heavily in capabilities to provide Chromebook users with premium support and services to facilitate fast and widespread Chromebook adoption.
Chromebooks are ideal for mobile enterprise workers and educational institutions because they boost user productivity, dramatically reduce IT hassles related to device management, and significantly lower the total cost of computing compared with traditional notebooks.
“Enabling Windows apps for Chromebooks opens up a world of possibilities,” says Tony Safoian, President and CEO of SADA Systems. “Giving users access to critical Windows based applications could pave the way for widespread Chromebooks adoption inenterprises of all sizes, as well as government, higher education and K-12 school districts.”
SADA delivers innovative cloud computing solutions to help organizations realize drastic cost savings and reach the highest levels of productivity. While Chromebooks are superb for accessing 100% web applications like Google Apps, some users still need to access Windows-based and other key legacy applications to do their work. With the announcement of the Ericom partnership, SADA now offers a comprehensive solution to provide these Chromebook users with unfettered universal access to all applications, regardless of whether they reside in the cloud, desktop, or corporate network.
“Ericom is pleased to partner with SADA Systems in deploying robust solutions for Chromebook users,” says Brian Berns, President and COO of Ericom Software. “Ericom AccessNow provides users with instant, anywhere access to Windows desktops and applications from Chromebooks (Chrome OS) and any device with an HTML5 browser.”
SADA is now advising customers on how to web-enable Windows, desktop, and legacy apps on their Chromebooks. For an online demonstration of this technology, or for more information on Chromebooks, go to SADA’s Chromebooks web page (http://chromebooks.sadasystems.com).