Virtual Server and Desktop

Complete Turnkey Services

Emeritus Virtual Server and Desktop Services

Use our secure desktop and server services to give your business a jump start. The remote hosted services allow seamless remote access from anywhere for multiple users saving costs on expansive desktops/servers. We support models like pay-per-use in case you need to give your project a boost.

The servers facilitating this service are located at Emeritus’s Data Center in Plano, TX. The hosted services are accessed by the customer through a direct network connection such as a virtual private network (VPN), on-premise servers, and office/remote desktops.

Emeritus Hosted Services

  • Virtual desktop provisioning.
  • Virtual server provisioning.
  • Backup and disaster recovery.
  • Virtual application hosting.
  • Leading-edge equipment and technology for all our hosted virtual services.

Hosted Desktop Services

  • Fully managed virtual desktops from Emeritus come with virtualization technologies from Microsoft.
  • Dedicated machines with self-installation of applications along with Office 365.
  • Super-fast SSD storage; secure and reliable infrastructure and daily backups.
  • 24/7 extensive support by phone, email, and chat.

Hosted Server or Applications

  • Application provisioning including remote device updates.
  • Secure remote access provisioning for stay-at-home and mobile workers.
  • 99.99% availability of virtual machines year-round.

Contact us today to learn how our hosted services can help you to save money and run efficiently!! We are successfully hosting applications like Quick Books® saving our customers money $$ on hardware and enabling multi-user scenarios with remote workers anywhere in the country!!



The organization owns all or a major part of the IT platform that can be a mix of different types of hardware:

  • Fully owned: The organization owns, manages, and operates the data center and all of the hardware.
  • Partially owned: The organization owns the IT hardware, but a third party owns and operates the data center, which can be done through co-location services.
  • Outsourced: The organization may own or lease the hardware in an owned or shared data center, but a third party operates that platform.


A third party owns the platform and data center; the organization installs and operates the applications as necessary.


A third party owns the data center, platform and some part of the software stack:

  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) : Provides access to a pool of elastic resources on which the organization can install operating systems and other parts of a software stack.
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS) : Provides access to a platform that already includes a higher degree of the software stack, enabling the organization to install and run applications or services on it.
  • Software as a Service (SaaS): Provides access to a hosted software environment, in which the provider manages everything except for the addition, change, or deletion of users.

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