Frequently Asked Questions

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What is FlipIT?

For the end business user FlipIT brings desktop (DaaS), email, applications (SaaS), telephony, information security and support. A completely managed working environment which can be securely accessed from anywhere over the internet. As for the FlipIT partner reseller, FlipIT is white label cloud automation software and a way to the current big cloud market change. FlipIT team will guide you through the process of creating your own cloud and enabling your technical, marketing and sales people.

What is DaaS and SaaS?

DaaS stands for Desktop-as-a-Service and SaaS for Software-as-a-Service. They are consumed on pay-as-you-go basis.

How can I get started with Flip IT and become a partner?

Simply fill our partner registration form and get started.

How does a user get started with FlipIT when provisioned?

Once the user desktops are provisioned, users will receive a customized email with account credentials and instructions on how to connect to their respectful desktops.

What is needed for a user to connect to FlipIT?

End users can connect to their desktops using internet connection (fixed or mobile) and a device of their choice like tablet (iPad or Android), laptop, desktop, smart phone, thin client or even a HTML5 web browser. So, they can bring their own device or use company or publically available hardware.

Which operating system is user desktop based on?

User desktops are Microsoft Windows based. They can be Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows Server, depending on deployment.

Can users install applications on their desktops?

FlipIT provides users and their administrators with self-serving application store. The application store circumvents the traditional desktop application installation and makes it very simple and transparent process. Partners can populate their end-users application store with any Windows based application needed to support their customers’ businesses.

End-users rights on the desktops are restricted which protects them from themselves and any malicious software.

How are user desktops protected from viruses and malware?

Each desktop gets a resident ant-virus software and on top of that the whole data center outer border is protected by antivirus, anti-malware and anti-spam engines.