SME Accepted as CCS Supplier on the Government's G-Cloud Initiative
FREMONT, CA: Storage Made Easy (SME), a cloud data fabric provider has announced the reselection by the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) on the G-Cloud initiative for the fourth time. SME’s Enterprise File Share and Sync solution will be available under the SaaS category in the new G-Cloud 8. Additionally, the UK government’s Cloud infrastructure will be using SME’s solution and the company has announced it as a large federal customer win. The offering will be taking advantage of UK Cloud’s Object Storage and authorization with SFTP access.
SME’s Enterprise File Share and Sync solution delivers an alternative secure environment to the federal and educational organizations for file sharing. This allows the customer to store and manage data in a scalable and secure platform through an intuitive interface. It enables hassle-free integration, management, and utilization of data to ensure appropriate governance and compliance. Moreover, the solution unifies disparate data sources such as FTP, WebDav, SharePoint, amongst 50 others, in a single screen securely, and provides accessibility from any mobile device or desktop.
"We remain committed to G-Cloud and have started to accrue larger customers due to the sheer breadth of our solution and the number of use cases it satisfies for UK Government organizations. These include secure file sharing, encryption, collaboration, native desktop drive access, and policy driven data governance," said Jim Liddle, CEO, Storage Made Easy.
At present, SME is delivering their collaboration and file sharing solution choice for universities and schools, non-profit organizations, direct corporate use, OEM and ISP.
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