Druva Announces Enterprise Endpoint Backup for Private Clouds

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Druva software just announced a new private cloud option for it’s unified endpoint management platform inSync, that lets enterprise clients safely deploy solutions to manage and protect data on the numerous devices used by the new mobile workforce. Designed with enterprise needs in mind, Druva’s private cloud solution offers the flexibility and scalability of the cloud, as well as the ability to host infrastructure behind company firewalls, to take advantage of cost savings as well as security and compliance issues.

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The platform can be managed in-house by IT staff or delivered as a managed service by Druva. inSync protects company assets from the usual risks associated with consumer-grade file sharing apps, as well as transferring files between their own devices while on-the-go.

It also allows an increasingly mobile workforce to take advantage of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend, and securely access files remotely. Automated backups of laptops, smartphones & tablets, data loss prevention through geo-tracking, remote wipe capabilities, along with full reporting and global search including a complete audit trail of all file sharing activity round out some of the other features.

“Larger enterprises with thousands of devices and users have been asking for a private cloud alternative that is as scalable, secure, manageable and elastic as Druva’s public cloud solution,” said Jaspreet Singh, CEO of Druva. “Now they can leverage the power of the cloud in an on-premise, centrally managed environment that scales with their needs while avoiding the complications of deploying separate instances in different departments and geographies.”

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