Integrated Workspace-as-a-Service (WaaS) software in our cloud era



For a set of benefits and advantages related to the Cloud computing including: flexibility, agility, security, performance, productivity and more, the adoption of cloud as a technology and a service accelerates within organization of all sizes. 


In this momentum, the dynamics around integrated Workspace-as-a-Service (WaaS) software brings up new services, tools, and custom applications that can:

  • Help quickly and easily provision, manage and monitor complete workspaces in public, private, or hybrid cloud environments,

  • Facilitate workflow orchestration across multiple platforms and cloud environments,

  • Deepening the manageability and usability of your workspace management platform and more.


For those who are unfamiliar, Connectikpeople recalls that WaaS can be describe as the cloud hosted delivery of virtual client computing technologies, mainly focused on delivering application workloads through the cloud. The hosted WaaS is expected grow to $1.7 billion in 2018. 

 The growing use of cloud as a technology and a service delivery model will give workspace as a service (WaaS) a new lease on life and open up a world of possibilities for service providers to bring new services, tools, and custom applications to the market’’451 Research.