Introduction Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) involves facilitating access to a user desktop in a virtual machine (VM) that runs on
Making Remote Work Secure
Secure Endpoint Devices and Solutions for a Complete Virtual Desktop Experience
Our products are easy to set up and deploy, scalable, work with popular clouds like AWS and Citrix, or we can help you create your own ‘cloud’ via your centralized data center. We can help empower your business to make sure your company or agency is prepared with everything from endpoint devices to end-user knowledge.
Our goal is to help businesses ‘clear their cube’.
What Are You Looking For
Businesses and government agencies trust ClearCube Technology to help secure their data by providing endpoint solutions like zero clients, thin clients, and workstation computers. We can help your employees work from anywhere and maintain continuity while staying secure and reliable whether you are centralizing the desktop or going remote with a virtual desktop.
Industries We Serve
Our Products Can Be Deployed in a Variety of Companies and Agencies
Private Contract, Department of Defense, National Security
Local, State, and Federal Government, Corp of Engineers
Tactical Operations, Command Posts, Critical Operations, Control Centers
Proprietary Information, Intellectual Property, Architecture
Clinics, Hospitals, Health Technology, Dentists, Veterinary
Wallstreet, Banks, Investment Firms, Property Management, Real Estate
Refineries, Production, E&P, Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream
About ClearCube Technology
Thin client and zero client computing offers the cost-savings advantages of server-based computing without sacrificing user experience. It is a great way for small and medium businesses to leverage server power without having to purchase expensive hardware.
ClearCube focuses on affordable custom secure solutions to help companies and agencies transition and migrate to a hybrid or complete virtual desktop solution using a central data center or cloud.
What is a Cloud Workload? A cloud workload is the amount of work or applications that can be run