Technology -> Data Management
Released: 21st November 2012
Druva, a leader in enterprise endpoint data management, has today announced it is now protecting over one million endpoint devices worldwide. The company has seen the number of endpoints protected increase by more than 450 percent year on year and is now serving over 1,300 customers across 46 countries.
Druva’s inSync unified solution empowers enterprise IT with a comprehensive endpoint data management solution addressing critical challenges raised by Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and rampant use of consumer grade file sharing solutions. Druva has seen the strongest adoptions in North America and the UK in the technology, finance and manufacturing industries, and counts Deloitte, NASA, and Siemens among its customers.
Before IT can effectively manage a mobile workforce, enterprises need to be assured that their critical corporate data remains protected via automated backup, secure file sharing and collaboration, data loss prevention, and rich analytics.
inSync is the only unified solution that offers award-winning backup for laptops, smart phones and tablets; Integrated file sharing & collaboration with enterprise-grade security; Integrated DLP with data encryption, geo-tracking, and remote data delete; Unified data insights with real-time search and reports. The unified platform approach delivers the following efficiencies:
● Consolidated endpoint policy management across devices and users saves time and effort for IT
● Common de-duplication across backup and file sharing delivers huge savings in storage and bandwidth
● A single client experience across all their endpoint data empowers end users
● Full visibility into sharing activities as well as corporate data across all endpoints along with real-time alerts allows IT to proactively protect data
“Recent developments such as the rise in laptop and mobile device use, and the rampant spread of consumer-grade file sharing solutions have created multiple challenges for enterprise IT administrators,” said Sheila Childs, managing vice president at Gartner. “In order to regain control of sensitive corporate data, IT needs a unified solution that provides them granular enforcement policies and efficiencies while also delivering a superior end-user experience.”
“Druva was the first to recognise that enterprise IT needs to manage the data, not the device,” said Jaspreet Singh, CEO of Druva. “inSync’s unified platform is built with both IT needs and end-user experiences in mind and works regardless of the type of data or the kind of device.”
Published by: electronicdawn Ltd.