As companies rely more and more on digital data for their work, its storage, management and transportation becomes more critical. In post-NSA (PRISM) / Snowden world, individuals and organizations pay extra attention to who has access to their data and how they can get the best protection from unwanted visitors.
Anyone who has lost data - be it through a faulty hard drive, termination of external service for storing data or data theft - knows the importance of reliable access to critical data and the value of its adequate protection and renewal in case of disaster.
The amount of digital information averagely produced today has risen a hundred times in only 5 years. This information is generally not well-protected, or encrypted, and - especially in local corporate networks - it is often available to anyone who is connected to that network.
However, another trend has appeared, which is massive transportation of data on virtualized technologies for protection and storage. These technologies go by the popular name "cloud". The diagram on the right shows this trend.
Integration as part of your domain even if you don't
host it in your premises.
Access your data securely -
from anywhere in the world.
Complete system for document management -
in the cloud.
Share files and documents
with access roles structuring.
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