February 6-8, 2022   |   Denver, CO, USA

IronOrbit to Remain Remote Indefinitely

Monday, December 21st, 2020 – Anaheim Hills, CA – specialized Information and Communications Technology (ICT) powerhouse IronOrbit announced that it will extend its remote work policy indefinitely.

IronOrbit now joins an increasing group of companies like Microsoft, Twitter, and Google, that have decided to remain remote as the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc. Although the vast majority of the company’s employees are working from home, some roles still require access to the company offices like research and development (R&D) labs, data centers, logistics, and in-person training.

CEO Alexander Saca communicated the plans to remain remote over a company-wide online all-hands meeting that took place earlier last month, “Our remote work program is so successful that we’ve decided to make this an indefinite policy. IronOrbit will be a remote working organization. Our teamwork has shined, and we’ve all worked together to make remote work a success. Most of the staff has told me they enjoy working remotely, cutting out the daily commute time has improved their life-work balance. It shows there’s tremendous flexibility in supporting individual workstyles while assuring business needs.”

Throughout the entire process of transitioning from corporate offices to fully remote, the workflow continued in a seamless fashion. The service department maintained the same high-touch customer service clients have come to expect from the brand. The company has been performing effectively, despite conditions, because it has been utilizing many of the very same technologies they sell to their clients. Alexander Saca adds, “The products we sell are the products we use.” In addition, the organization recently completed the rigorous and important SOC II, Type 2 certification.

When the coronavirus erupted across the United States, and lockdowns began to occur, technology companies were the first to move to remote work and to cancel big events. Now, that we’re almost out of the pandemic, many companies are rethinking the way they want to work over the long-term.

IronOrbit’s INFINITY Workspaces coupled with subject matter expertise, are the perfect combination to create a robust, reliable, and user-centric digital remote work environment. INFINITY Workspaces are optimized by IronOrbit’s proprietary SMX Speed Technology™ to deliver superior performance. IronOrbit’s INFINITY Workspaces enable companies to run business-critical workloads and resource-intensive applications securely and seamlessly. As a result, customers enjoy powerful cloud workspaces with latency-free, reliable 24/7 access, and real-time collaboration across project teams in multiple regions.

Earlier this month IronOrbit announced providing MSA Professional Services, an AEC Firm headquartered in Baraboo, WI, with cloud-based GPU accelerated workspaces. With 18 offices scattered across the Midwest, MSA needed a cloud service provider that would deliver a reliable solution with exceptional end-user experience for design workers in multiple locations. IronOrbit’s INFINITY Workspaces was the optimum solution to perform this digital transformation.

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IronOrbit, a division of SACA Technologies, continues to create a foothold in delivering GPU-Accelerated virtual workspaces to some of the country’s most demanding clientele. IronOrbit currently owns and operates private data centers located strategically throughout North America and is available in more than twenty regions worldwide. SOC 2 Certified, Tier 4 facilities provide highly secure cloud services and virtual workspaces to thousands of customers, including the US government.

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