EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., Jan 21, 2014 — Version 4.1.3 of EnduraData’s EDpCloud cross-platform file replication and synchronization (Windows, Linux, Mac, Solaris, and other UNIX flavors.) is now available. The new version includes a friendly web-based user interface that helps users configure backup and manage replication from any node. The ease of use reduces configuration and management costs. Furthermore, EDpCloud enables companies to use their private cloud, leverage public clouds such as Google’s, Amazon’s, or Microsoft’s clouds, and move data automatically between these clouds and the on-premise servers.
EDpCloud allows customers to synchronize and replicate data from any operating system to another. The solution helps companies protect data and automatically share content between business processes in one or multiple geographic locations. With EDpCloud, businesses and governments reduce data loss risks, data leaks, and costs of content distribution and sharing between authorized users and systems. Silos are removed, and information flow is leveraged for better decisions.
With EnduraData’s Geo-replication solution, companies use their existing hardware and storage to leverage their infrastructure.
EDpCloud is a host-based software-only solution companies use to build their cloud infrastructure or offer cloud-based solutions to their customers or business partners. Managed Service Providers can offer their customers distance or proximity replication to reduce the time required for data access or recovery, thus reducing windows of vulnerability and allowing the business to recover from a disaster in no time.
The solution allows users to move data automatically from one host to many hosts or aggregate content from many hosts to a single host. For example, companies with a combination of Macs and Windows can back up their PCs and MACs to Linux. Companies migrating from Solaris to Linux can use EDpCloud to migrate the data automatically without disrupting operations.
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