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It’s the Person Behind the Device…When Good People Go Whoops!

April 25, 2019  

Companies work hard to find, hire and retain good people. As a workforce, we humans by and large are good workers who care about the work we do and the companies we work for. But, as humans, we are all fallible! It is the nature of life that we make mistakes! When it comes to … Continue reading “It’s the Person Behind the Device…When Good People Go Whoops!”

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A Company’s Biggest Security Threat Is the One Sitting at the Keyboard: The Weak, Malicious Staff

April 18, 2019  

Malware, ransomware, phishing and viruses get so much attention in the media, from the public and even from IT staffs working to keep their environments secure. WannaCry is the biggest cybercrime story of the century, and will likely hold on to that title until the next external-threat-based incident makes the news. Because it simply makes … Continue reading “A Company’s Biggest Security Threat Is the One Sitting at the Keyboard: The Weak, Malicious Staff”

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We Were Born in the Cloud, and You are More Secure Because of it

April 12, 2019  

We use APIs as a modern design principle to connect our customers to our Cloud Workspace Management Suite SaaS application (CWMS). CloudJumper was born in the cloud, and that continues give us the luxury of building all of our systems to meet cloud specifications, vs having to retrofit code we created for an on-prem solution to – we hope – support a cloud solution.

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Least Privileged Methodology: The Common Sense That Keeps Your Clients Secure & You Sleeping Soundly.

April 4, 2019  

Least Privileged Methodology is common sense, yet, it also takes software built by a smart team building from the standpoint that our solution must be both simple and highly secure.

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So Much to Say, but Today is Microsoft’s Day!

March 21, 2019  

We are so honored and so proud to be part of the Microsoft WVD team that is developing Windows Virtual Desktop. It has been an exciting experience over the last 18 months, so engaging. Keep reading our blog, and look for us at a long list of trade events we will be attending this year … Continue reading “So Much to Say, but Today is Microsoft’s Day!”

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CloudJumper Joins Microsoft DCO Program as an Affiliated Service Provider

March 14, 2019  

Last fall, Microsoft named CloudJumper a “leading partner” in the deployment of Windows Virtual Desktop. We are once again expanding our partnership with Microsoft by being included in its DCO program.  In both cases, these are wins for our partner network. • We will be among the first companies ready to allow our partners to … Continue reading “CloudJumper Joins Microsoft DCO Program as an Affiliated Service Provider”

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What Companies are Best Suited to Move to the Cloud? All of Them

March 7, 2019  

Today, everywhere you look, the talk is all about the cloud. All this chatter simply begs the question: who should be making the leap to the cloud? No matter the size, there are benefits for every company. Depending on the maturity of a business, certain features will be more attractive than others. Let’s take a … Continue reading “What Companies are Best Suited to Move to the Cloud? All of Them”

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Call Before You Have A Customer Asking!

February 28, 2019  

We devote a lot of money to marketing and getting our name out there. We talk regularly about the value we bring to the MSP, our partners’ End Customers, how cool we are as a company, and so much more. And, don’t you know it, so often when we get a lead, their first question … Continue reading “Call Before You Have A Customer Asking!”

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Why We Blog

At CloudJumper, we are a team of thought-leaders, always seeking to answer, what if? That’s how we came to build the industry’s most robust and easiest VDI/WVD orchestration & management tool.

We seek to bring that same energy to our blog. Weekly, team members from across our company come here to share their thoughts, opinions, and observations about what makes the cloud go. Want to add your own opinion?

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