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The Sixth Flag Introduces Concurrent Pricing Model for Desktop-As-A-Service Clients
The Sixth Flag, Inc. a cloud-based Desktop-As-A-Service solution, announced today that it introduced an industry-leading concurrent user pricing model, allowing customers to save as much as 70 percent on operating costs compared to traditional DaaS service providers.

"The model is ideal for organizations that use "shared accounts" to mitigate licensing costs in traditional VDI offerings. Particularly, our studies have shown demand for the concurrent user model among organizations with low-density VDI usage requirements. With this model we can deliver best in class virtual desktops at a dramatically lower cost.  We anticipate this pricing model will be appealing to many organizations," said Shane Yocum, Vice-President of Business Development. "In particular, organizations seeking to web-enable legacy applications have shown significant interest in this licensing model."

Since its debut, The Sixth Flag has been transforming DaaS with its award-winning solution. Easy to integrate and deploy, the company's clients have reported great results in delivering legacy applications to remote users where uncompromised performance, global availability and ground-breaking security is paramount.

Last month, TSF was named one of the "2016 Cool Vendors in Endpoint Computing" by Gartner Inc. This report examines the most compelling innovators in endpoint computing. Leading companies recognized in the report were selected because their technologies or solutions are innovative, impactful and intriguing. By using standard web browsers, The Sixth Flag (TSF) actively supports growing organizational mandates for BYOD.

Furthermore, TSF's patent-pending watermarking technology known as dewdrop.tsf offers strong protection for organizations concerned about the loss of intellectual property.

Published Tuesday, June 21, 2016 7:49 AM by David Marshall
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