Goliath wins Top Virtualization Solutions Provider by Cloud Computing Outlook

Goliath Technologies | August 06, 2020

Goliath wins Top Virtualization Solutions Provider by Cloud Computing Outlook
IT Pros Troubleshoot and Resolve Citrix and VMware End-User Experience Issues Quickly with Goliath Goliath Technologies, a leader in end-user experience monitoring and troubleshooting software, has been named a Top Virtualization Solutions Provider by Cloud Computing Outlook. Through its support of Citrix and VMware Horizon virtualized environments, Goliath is one of ten vendors that “are at the forefront of providing virtualization solutions and impacting the industry.” “Recognition like this underscores what we already hear from our clients like American Airlines, Ascension, Bank of America, Xerox, and others,” shares Thomas Charlton, CEO and Chairman of Goliath Technologies. “They tell us our software has the operational impact of hiring at least two full-time Citrix or VMware experts who are proactively discovering end-user experience issues and solving them before users are impacted.”

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