San Francisco, CA - The Sixth Flag, Inc., the leading Desktop-as-a-Service provider, is pleased to announce that Windows 10 Experience VDI is now available for customers as a part of a series of enterprise features that the company will roll out during the first half of 2017.
"As organizations migrate from previous desktop operating systems to Windows 10, The Sixth Flag is staying in lock step regarding the user experience," said Pete Kofod, TSF Founder. From a usability perspective, it is crucial that users can operate The Sixth Flag with the same look and feel that they have on their organizational desktop.
The Windows 10 Experience is a significant departure from previous desktops. This way, organizations can still choose the legacy Windows 7 experience within The Sixth Flag. "We are not forcing organizations to move to the Windows 10 experience," said David Kinghorn, Chief Technology Officer of The Sixth Flag. "An effective and simple user interface is critical to usability and that includes streamlining the experience with that of the existing organizational desktop standard."
Additional enterprise features will be announced in the coming weeks and months. "We are very excited about our current and upcoming announcements," said Pete Kofod. "Adding Windows 10 is a natural first of several key capability additions surrounding security and manageability of the environment. Enterprises are asking for it and we are responding. Quickly."
About The Sixth Flag, Inc.
The Sixth Flag Inc, is a Raleigh, North Carolina-based Desktop-as-a-Service firm for global teams and organizations in need of Remote Desktop Management solutions. Launched in 2015, TSF provides a web-based, cost effective and secure throw away desktop for today's global, mobile teams. Its cloud-based, HTML-rendered Desktop-as-a-Service requires no dedicated hardware, thereby eliminating the need for organizations to spend on capital outlay. With nothing more than a browser, users can access their corporate desktop from anywhere in the world, whether from a laptop, desktop, or tablet. Because user data is not stored on the local device, loss of a device does not represent compromise of sensitive organizational data.