DeTOS Recognized for Excellence with 2013 Editor’s Choice Award from Virtualization Review

Virtualization Review Today Announced That DeTOS is a Preferred Product in the Virtualization Review Editor’s Choice Awards.

Virtualization Review is the first and only print publication solely devoted to IT virtualization. The 2013 awards are chosen by the readers of Virtualization Review and presented to vendors in 16 categories ranging from Virtualization Management and Cloud Infrastructure to Business Continuity and Virtualization Automation.

“In the course of sitting through an endless stream of briefings with virtualization and cloud vendors, I almost always find that when I ask vendors to list their primary competitors, they usually say there really isn’t anyone else who does exactly what they do. The fact is a lot of vendors are shooting for the same goals, but in different ways. That’s where the annual Virtualization ReviewEditor’s Choice Awards and Ultimate Buyer’s Guide enables users to assess hundreds of products in one, central location. Specifically, this year we have come up with 446 products from some 412 companies—by far our biggest collection of companies who are looking for a breakthrough that will bring them to the top of the stack. We’ve also added three more cloud categories to better cover that dynamic market segment. All in all, I think readers will be really happy with what they find.”

– Bruce Hoard, Editor in Chief of Virtualization Review

“DeTOS is the most flexible and advanced thin client OS and management suite available, and as built with specific customer feedback and requirements from some of the most advanced users in the world. Additionally, DeTOS-based terminals can be easily managed through the Devon IT Echo Thin Client Management software to provide both users and administrators a cohesive solution to IT concerns such as connection management, terminal configurations, and system updates. We are thrilled our OS is being recognized for excellence by Virtualization Review”.

– Joe Makoid, President Devon IT

Email invitations were sent to Virtualization Review readers in October 2012 to vote on more than 446 products. Responses were collected during a two-week period. A team of editors reviewed the results to ensure that they legitimately came from its readers. The winners are highlighted in the December 2012/January 2013 issue. A downloadable PDF of the article is also available at VirtualizationReview.com.

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