Unified Governance of Enterprise Data with CTERA Version 5.0
NEW YORK CITY, NY: CTERA, a provider of data services through storage and protection of data is introducing CTERA Enterprise Data Service Platform version 5.0 to provide unified gateway to govern enterprise complete data.
CTERA enables IT to centrally manage services including remote office storage, end point backup, file sync and share. It is used by enterprises and service providers on the public or private clouds infrastructure of their choice.
The new version 5.0 of CTERA is compilation of software and hardware for IT organizations to provide storage-as-a-service solution. It caters multiple key features and assets to modify user experience, like simple data services for all devices and notation of storage, sharing and data protection. It offers collaboration and unified cloud based file access to user and project data at LAN speed.
CTERA version 5.0 also integrates with data security and protection tools so that data can be governed in secure manner. Earlier version of CTERA used to support windows, Mac OS X, Linux, IOS and Android System and now on Windows Phone and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure gets added to the list.
In additional, they are also offering assimilation with Microsoft Outlook providing integrated document editing and online document viewer for 50 document formats like MS Office files, Graphic Images and Medical Images.
An elegant user interface is a part of CTERA 5.0 with Sync appliances where user can combine their project and personal data together for LAN access. The concept of merging all data service approaches into a single distributed system is expected to deliver high-performance. According to IT analyst firm, Gartner’s Research Director, Gene Ruth, this version will advocate easy sharing of information assets with individuals outside the firewall and across multiple regions.
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