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Citrix Farms for Hire?

Posted on 2006-11-30
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Does anyone know if there exisits a "citrix farm for hire" where I can use their hardware/software/infrastructure to publish our application(s) for our internal and external (e.g. our clients) use. I would expect we'd have to buy the needed Citirx/Terminal/SQL Server licenses, and pay any other related fees related to installation/setup, maintenace, etc.

We're a small house and we'd prefer not to set up our own Citrix environment if we can avoid it.

Thanks,

Bleary-eyed
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I used to work for a great company that delt in just this. They are an ASP ( application service provider ) Check em out. www.externalit.com. They are great at what they do
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Thanks, I'll check them out. Any other suggestions out there?
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A few years ago, ASP's (application service providers) were pretty big, but I don't know if there are many companies out there still doing this...
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Sorry, I totally didn't read AdamBNYC's message that said exactly that -- :-)
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I can't personally vouch for the providers featured on this site, but it may give you some additional ASP/hosting vendors to consider:
    http://www.findapps.com/
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I am signed up with www.skysphere.com but only for a week so I don't know a lot about them.  They charge $50 per user per month for a non-standard app (not peachtree, quickbooks, excel, word, etc) after it has been tested and works on their system...  That includes the citrix license.  You can rent a dedicated server for $450 a month but in this event you might have to buy your own citrix licenses.

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Thanks fo all inputs.

Bleary-eyed
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