// Press Release - April 1, 2020

Cloud Propeller, Inc.

Cloud Propeller Helps Businesses Work Remotely

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Columbus, Ohio – April 1, 2020 – As businesses and organizations are forced to establish remote work environments related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Cloud Propeller is helping them do it quickly and securely with Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI.)

“Right now, businesses are trying to figure out how to help their employees work remotely, be productive, and keep their jobs,” said Petar Smilajkov, founder and CEO of Cloud Propeller. “We are helping businesses address these needs as quickly as possible.”

VDI gives employees at every level of an organization the familiar look and feel of a desktop on any PC, Mac or tablet. It eliminates issues associated with geographical location and vastly enhances security.

“Having virtual desktops allows us to comply with the orders from the Ohio Governor and Ohio Department of Health without sacrificing any functionality or impacting the ability of our employees to get things done,” said John Ward, owner of Advanced Glass Systems, LLC.

According to a recent Forbes article, studies show that remote workers are more productive, satisfied, and engaged than their office-bound counterparts. Technology has helped scale work-at-home options for many, and these changes may be here to stay.

“I believe the shift to remote work during this time of need will become the norm, and the benefits will be countless,” Smilajkov said. “From improving productivity and employee morale, to avoiding costs associated with office space and hardware upgrades, while improving security and PCI and HIPAA compliance.”

VDI is built on Cloud Propeller’s world class infrastructure accessible 24 hours a day with built-in backup and data loss protection. A free needs-analysis can be requested by calling 614-699-0909.

About Cloud Propeller

Founded in 2015 and based in Dublin, Ohio, Cloud Propeller develops tailored, enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure solutions for businesses, organizations, local government, and academic institutions including Dynalab, Inc, QStart Labs, DOmedia, LLC, Ohio Christian University, Alcohol Drug and Mental Health (ADAMH) Board of Franklin County, Richland County Ohio, and many more. Cloud Propeller is run by a team of dedicated, experienced engineers that provide Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to medium and large businesses, with always up-to-date company-owned hardware, and data centers located in Dublin, Columbus and Cleveland. Visit cloudpropeller.com to learn more.