Work from anywhere. Business as usual.

IBM and Dizzion are excited to announce the general availability of Dizzion Managed Desktop as a Service (DaaS) on IBM Cloud.

Dizzion cloud desktops deliver high-performing end-user computing environments from 43 IBM Cloud data centers across the globe. Now you can quickly implement a sustainable remote work foundation in the cloud with a few clicks of the mouse, even with end-user desktops running Microsoft Windows 10.

Dizzion Managed DaaS on IBM Cloud is a turnkey cloud desktop solution, making it easy for any organization to buy, use and maintain. The platform is purpose-built to ensure your sensitive data is protected without sacrificing desktop performance and end-user experience.

Key benefits

Dizzion Managed DaaS on IBM Cloud provides native VMware Horizon Enterprise capabilities, including App Volumes, Dynamic Environment Manager and Cloud Pod Architecture for hybrid delivery. Whether you are starting new or extending your on-premises virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to the cloud, Dizzion will get you up and running quickly and permit you to scale on-demand. Dizzion agile cloud desktops are ideal for move-to-cloud, burst scenarios, backup and disaster recovery and bulk adds for mergers or acquisitions.

What makes Dizzion Managed DaaS on IBM Cloud so compelling?

  • Automated deployment of an optimized architecture removes the headache and guesswork of infrastructure planning
  • Turnkey managed service provides worry-free desktops that perform at scale
  • Layered security keeps your company data secure and protected
  • Resilience and redundancy: HA, backup and recovery, 99.99% SLA
  • Full visibility with real-time end-user analytics and monitoring
  • Scalable platform with all-inclusive price eliminates surprises
  • Available managed cloud desktop compliance (PCI-DSS, HIPAA, GDPR and SOC)
  • Performance add-ons like NVIDIA GPUs optimize even media-intense workloads for cloud delivery

Dizzion cloud desktops empower your business to respond fast and effectively to change

The past year has forced changes on all of us. Those changes are here to stay.

Enterprises are now faced with a serious technical problem to accelerate digital transformation while, at the same time, giving their workforce the flexibility to work on any device from anywhere in the world. But, in doing so, it is vital to protect the company’s systems, intellectual property and sensitive data.

Implementing virtual desktop environments that perform to end-user and executive-stakeholder expectations is not easy. Doing so on your own is a huge investment and resource commitment, requiring significant expertise to select the proper technology and architecture to ensure performance, security and compliance. Only organizations with a high tolerance for risk should start down this path.

A better option is to let a proven organization — that has been solely focused on optimizing cloud desktop delivery for the past decade — do it for you. Dizzion’s skilled engineers are an extension of your team and the turnkey solution means no new head count necessary to optimize even the most demanding of applications and deliver the highest levels of resiliency and availability.

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To learn more about Dizzion Managed DaaS on IBM Cloud, visit our website.


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