What is a

Online Application as a Service is a fully managed application streaming service. You centrally manage your desktop applications on internet and securely deliver them to any computer. You can easily scale to any number of users across the globe without acquiring, provisioning, and operating hardware or infrastructure.

Each user has a fluid and responsive experience with your applications, because your applications run on virtual machines (VMs) optimized for specific use cases and each streaming session automatically adjusts to network conditions.

CIQA brings different alternatives to provide your business with the best Application as a Service customized for your needs.

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Online Application


$ 44
Per User
  • 2 vCPU, 4 GiB RAM
  • User Session Start Up to 2 Minutes
  • Publish your Applications
  • NICE DCV protocol to stream your applications
  • Support 64-bit OS Windows Server 2012R2/2016/2019
  • Initial Setup Fee: $280

SaaS +

$ 73
Per User
  • 2 vCPU, 8 GiB RAM
  • Instant Availability of Applications
  • Publish your Applications
  • NICE DCV protocol to stream your applications
  • Support 64-bit OS Windows Server 2012R2/2016/2019
  • Initial Setup Fee: $280

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Interactively streaming your application from the cloud provides several benefits:

Instant-on: Streaming your application lets your users start using your application immediately, without the delays associated with large file downloads and time-consuming installations.

Remove device constraints: You can leverage the compute power to deliver experiences that wouldn’t normally be possible due to the GPU, CPU, memory, or physical storage constraints of local devices.

Multi-platform support: You can take your existing applications and start streaming them to a computer without any modifications.

Easy updates: Because your application is centrally managed, updating your application is as simple as providing a new version of your application. That’s all you need to do to immediately upgrade all your users, without any action on their part.

Improved security: Unlike traditional boxed software and digital downloads, where your application is available for theft or reverse engineering, using Application as a Service stores and executes your application securely in the data centers, and only provides an interactive pixel stream to users.

Many types of applications work well as streaming applications, including CAD, CAM, CAE, 3D modeling, simulation, games, video and photo-editing software, medical imaging, and life sciences applications. These applications benefit most from streaming because the application runs on the vast computational resources, yet your users can interact with the application using low-powered devices, with very little noticeable change in application performance.

Yes, supports most analog and USB microphones, including built-in microphones.

Yes, supports most USB devices such as 3D mice through the Windows Client. All USB devices are disabled by default. Administrators can enable USB devices for their users. 

Yes, most popular HTML5 compatible browsers support audio-input, including Chrome, Edge, and Firefox.

User needs to have applications set up by CIQA, a modern web browser that can support HTML5, a broadband internet connection with at least 2 Mbps capability, and outbound access to the internet via HTTPS (443). For web-based streaming sessions, up to two monitors are supported.

Yes. Users can use the Windows Client and Google Chrome to access their streaming applications can copy and paste text between their local device and their streaming applications in the same way they copy and paste between applications on their local device – for example, using keyboard shortcuts. For other browsers, users can use the  web clipboard tool.

No, the application requires a sustained internet connection.

Yes, offers multiple options for persistent file storage to allow users to store and retrieve files between their application streaming sessions. You can use a home folder backed by Amazon S3, Google Drive for G Suite, or Microsoft OneDrive for Business. Each of these are accessed from the my files tab within an active streaming session, and content can be saved or opened directly from the File menu in most apps.


Users can access a home folder during their application streaming session. Any file they save to their home folder will be available for use in the future. They can also connect their G Suite account to access Google Drive and connect their Microsoft OneDrive for Business account to access OneDrive within of the Application. New files added or changes made to existing files within a streaming session are automatically synced between the application and their persistent storage options.

Any file type that is supported can be stored during the streaming session.