TuCloud provides users with a virtual desktop solution designed for optimum performance and convenience. Users can sign up for a hosted virtual desktop or contact the company about desktop consulting or related technology. TuCloud hosted desktops are intended for a variety of industries and are currently in use in hospitals, schools and government facilities. Users can access 24 hour tech support when purchasing virtual hosted desktop services. TuCloud handles the development side of desktop virtualization for many large, well-known companies and organizations. The site boasts TuCloud’s service as the first cloud hosted virtual desktop solution. The service caters primarily to companies and organizations with 50 or more users. Users can choose among various services, including HDX (High Definition User Experience) features and hosted virtual desktops for Mac OS.Show more screenshots »
TuCloud was founded in January of 2009. The application supplies users with hosted virtual desktops as well as related consulting and technology services. The service has received plenty of attention from big name companies including Vesk, Virtual Computer, Hewlett Packard and Citrix. The largest organization currently utilizing TuCloud hosted desktop service is the U.S. Department of Energy. Although the service isn’t widely talked about on the web, it has an impressive portfolio to back up its service offerings.
TuClouds is unique because it offers cloud hosted virtual desktop services. The service is geared more towards larger clients, mainly sizable companies and organizations. The TuCloud team creates custom desktops to the user’s specifications. These include internet access and user access points based on the individual needs of the company. Users can also request consulting services to determine a better way to handle their professional desktop needs.
TuClouds works with clients to ensure that they are given a finished product that looks and feels the way they want it to. The results rely heavily on the user’s ability to communicate with TuCloud. All users must request a custom quote, so they see little other than the company’s website prior to initiating a discussion with the TuClouds team. Overall, TuClouds gives off an air of professionalism and clearly takes what it does very seriously (a fact that is evident throughout the company’s extensive portfolio).
TuCloud provides customized service that requires a custom quote. Companies and organizations interested in receiving a quote can click the “Contact” link in the upper, right hand corner of the TuCloud homepage. This provides the user with the company’s email addresses and phone numbers. There is no quote request or account creation form currently available on the site. A form would be helpful for interested users initiating a quote discussion.
TuCloud provides users with three subscription options when purchasing hosted virtual desktop services. The first is the Cloud User account which costs $29.99 per month per user and includes 1.5 GB of desktop ram, 250 MBs of persistent storage space, 1 CPU per desktop unlimited desktop bandwidth and free 24 hour support. The Knowledge User account costs $49.99 per month per user and includes 2 GBs of desktop ram and 4 GBs of persistent storage per desktop. The Power User account costs $79.99 per month per user and includes 4 GBs of desktop ram, 2 CPUs per desktop and 8 GBs of persistent storage. Each account requires a minimum of 50. Accounts for more than 150 users require a custom price quote.
Tucloud is intended for medium to large size businesses in need of a virtual desktop solution. The company offers variety of services along with its hosted virtual desktops and HDX features. Company accounts begin at 50 users, which means a high per month subscription fee that might be a bit lofty for a new or small business to fit into their monthly budget. No individual account is currently available.