AEC Firm Dudek Chooses Workspot Workstation Cloud on Azure, Powered by NVIDIA GPUs, to Transform Complex Image Processing and Visualization

Cloud-Native GPU Workstations Reduce Drone Data Processing Time from Five Days to Six Hours, Improve Overall Productivity for Survey Engineers CAMPBELL, Calif. – March 19, 2019 – Workspot, the leader in cloud-native Desktop as a Service (DaaS), today announced that Dudek has successfully deployed Workspot Workstation Cloud on Microsoft Azure for their architecture, engineering and… Read more

Workspot Featured on Construction Dive: Cloud app creates drone deliverables in hours instead of days

Engineering and environmental consulting firm Dudek, which provides drone imagery services to contractors, has found an effective solution for turning around image projects for construction clients fast – Workspot Workstation Cloud. Brian Nordmann, Dudek’s CIO, says jobs that used to take five days of continuous processing now take about six hours.  Read the full article.

Workspot to Showcase GPU Cloud Workstations in Azure at NVIDIA GTC

Leader in Cloud-Edge PCs to Demonstrate Unprecedented Performance, Scalability, and Security for Companies Using Graphics-Intensive Apps CAMPBELL, Calif. – March 14, 2019 – At NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in San Jose, California, March 18-21, Workspot executives will collaborate with other technology leaders to showcase how Workspot GPU cloud workstations in Microsoft Azure are driving… Read more

Top AEC Firm, C&S Companies, Adopts Workspot Cloud GPU Workstations on Azure for Greater Agility

Cloud-Native DaaS Overcomes Legacy VDI Complexity and User Experience Challenges  CAMPBELL, Calif. – Feb. 26, 2019 – Workspot, the leader in cloud PCs on Microsoft Azure, today announced that C&S Companies has successfully deployed Workspot Workstation Cloud on Microsoft Azure for their architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) firm. GPU workstations are delivered from Azure to… Read more

Workspot in the News: What is Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS)?

In this article on CMSWire, Workspot’s Brad Peterson points out important differences between legacy virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions and desktop-as-a-service (DaaS). With cloud PCs and workstations, organizations of all sizes benefit from unprecedented flexibility and business agility, and they’re able to make much better use of valuable IT resources. Read the full article. 

Workspot featured on CloudPost: The Critical Difference Between “Born in the Cloud” and “Cloud-Enabled”

The term “born in the cloud” is one of the newly minted catchphrases of the cloud era. But what does it mean, and why does it matter? When it comes to virtual desktop solutions, desktop provisioning in minutes, robust security, easy scalability and better-than-physical-PC performance are just a few of the important benefits a cloud-native solution… Read more

eWeek: Replace physical workstations to improve agility

IT Science Case Study: Becoming Unconstrained by Physical Workstations

eWEEK’s feature series called IT Science looks at what actually happens at the intersection of new-gen IT and legacy systems. In this article, Chris Preimesbergers explores how physical GPU workstations are being eclipsed by cloud workstations, and how shedding that constraint plays out in the real world for one of the largest architecture and engineering firms in the U.S…. Read more

Workspot: Putting the "D" Back in VDI

Workspot featured on Cloud Tech: Building a cloud-native desktop service is whole different ballgame

Since virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and remote desktop session host (RDSH) technology has been available, vendors have offered on-premises solutions. Because these companies have made a name for themselves, most people familiar with the VDI space assume that the vendors who’ve been in the game for a long-time must lead sales in desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) solutions… Read more

Mead & Hunt Turns to Workspot Cloud GPU Workstations to Fuel Growth

Architecture and Engineering Firm Saves Money and Expands Business with Cloud-Native VDI CUPERTINO, Calif. – May 15, 2018 – Workspot, the leader in next-generation virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), today announced that Mead & Hunt, a major architecture and engineering firm, has successfully implemented the Workspot Workstation Cloud on Microsoft Azure for architecture, engineering and construction… Read more

Workspot Bolsters Executive Team with Addition of VDI Pioneer Harry Labana and Former Equity Analyst Tarun Pandit

Key Hires Double Down on Customer Success Focus and Strategic Partnership Development CUPERTINO, Calif. – April 4, 2018 – Workspot, the leader in cloud-native VDI, today announced that Harry Labana has joined Workspot as chief customer officer and Tarun Pandit has been named vice president of business development. Click to Tweet: .@Workspot Bolsters Executive Team with… Read more