Actually, it is a little hard to describe what OS33 is all about-especially in a blog post; however, I'll take a stab at it here. OS33 offers a unified approach to a hosted desktop platform-in other words, it uses virtualization technology using a Citrix-based webtop in the cloud, with applications, security and file sharing all incorporated.
The company's current model of deployment is cloud computing-based, but one has to wonder: If you were to deploy the complete solution on a private, internal cloud, would you be able to completely eliminate the need for desktop applications, OS provisioning and PC asset management utilities?
CTOs will need to pay attention to this trend. After all, OS33's style of delivering a complete platform in the cloud may just change how PCs are used and data centers are designed.
For a closer look at what OS33 is all about, you can read my full review of the service here.