Leading Engineering Firm Accommodates Rapid Growth And Strengthens Remote Work Capabilities With Workspot

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Campbell, CA /PRNewswire/ – Wood Rodgers, a West Coast-based engineering firm, is using Workspot cloud desktops and GPU cloud workstations to meet the demands of their high-growth environment and seamlessly support and expand remote work capabilities, Workspot announced today. Workspot cloud desktops are enabling Wood Rodgers to continue providing high-quality services while empowering employees to work from anywhere. Power users are enjoying better performance than traditional desktop configurations, boosting remote-work productivity.

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Last year, Sacramento-based Wood Rodgers began seeking a better way to accommodate rapid expansion and establish remote work capabilities for six offices in California and Nevada. Engineers in those offices require access to software such as AutoCAD and other power-house applications that require large amounts of data and processing resources to function. The firm determined that they needed a cloud-based solution that could deliver the necessary performance to keep these power users happy and productive. Additionally, they sought a virtual desktop solution that could support Panzura and its existing infrastructure on Microsoft Azure, which led to the selection of Workspot. Workspot is a turnkey, SaaS-based platform that IT organizations use to deliver virtual desktops from 56+ Microsoft Azure cloud regions to users globally.

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