Protecting Public Cloud Data
Connected Data Vice President of Marketing Jim Sherhart came by to introduce me to his company’s private cloud sync and share appliances, the Transporter 15 and 30. It was a lively conversation, and I was immediately able to see how the company’s smallest products would address some of the more difficult issues facing a mid-market company that needs to offer controlled, secure, anytime, anywhere access to its staff, consultants and even customers.
Transporter 15 and 30 are members of a growing family of server appliances and supporting software designed to give enterprises the flexibility and agility offered by public cloud services offerings, while still providing the necessary security and privacy. These systems work very much like the public storage offerings of Dropbox and Google Drive, but give IT administrators full control over the data.
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