Qnext at a glance
Qnext Corp. is a global developer of disruptive apps and private cloud technologies committed to simplifying and protecting your digital life through innovation, imagination and state-of-the-art software.
In response to our need for accessible data, the better solution is to use a zero trust architecture to virtualize file access to all the company’s disparate storage infrastructure and devices. This enables on-premises, cloud-hosted and SharePoint storage to be available anytime, anywhere via a single-pane-of-glass. The zero trust data access technology behind FileFlex essentially takes the company-owned infrastructure, puts it under IT control, and makes it securely accessible to a remote workforce.
A Passion For Innovation
Designing, developing, strategizing, writing, architecting, programming among a tight knit team of introverted extroverts. Above all, we’re a cross-disciplined collective of industry veterans who bring passion and purpose to creating end-to-end solutions. At Qnext, disruptive products are the passion of our company, demonstrated in the details.
Game Changers & Rule Breakers
App makers, artists, scientists, technologists and anthropologists. We take a deep dive into problems we all face in our changing world, swim around in the issue, re-think the experience of our users and then start again from scratch because no convention is sacred here and the status is far from quo.
Anthony DeCristofaro, president and CEO, Qnext Corp.
Mr. DeCristofaro is currently CEO of Qnext Corp. and brings thirty years of computer industry experience and three M&A transactions valued at more than CDN $600 Million. Previously he was president and CEO of iseemedia Inc. which merged with Synchronica in 2010, and he was CEO and co-founder of MGI Software Corp., which became Intel invested, reached a cap value on the TSE to over $1 billion and later merged with Roxio in 2002.
Prior to MGI, Mr. DeCristofaro was a VP/GM of AST Canada, driving sales from $2 million to over $400 million in just three years and set up NEC Canada’s notebook and monitor entry to the market, propelling it to over $100 million in the first year.
Over the course of his career, DeCristofaro has been sought out as a member of several high-profile public boards, including Hartco, Delrina, Realbiz Media, Synchronica and TransGaming.