Data protection solutions that handle the growing challenges created by the mobile workforce and make the cloud a viable choice for server backup.
Infosec Cloud, a leading provider of cloud-based IT security and productivity services, today announced a partnership with Druva to deliver their inSync and Phoenix data protection and governance solutions in the UK.
Druva’s inSync platform uniquely integrates automated endpoint backup, data loss prevention, IT-managed file sharing and data governance tools. Proprietary Druva technology eliminates slow device performance associated with legacy server backup solutions, creating and continually updating a centralised repository of backed-up files. That repository enables rapid data recovery for lost or stolen devices, allows remote user access to any file or folder from any device, and supports governance, eDiscovery, and compliance needs.
inSync also automatically synchronises data between devices and users, secures and tracks shared files, and provides a unified audit trail of all usage and shared files.
“Gaining control over corporate information on employee devices and managing the backup and archiving of ever increasing volumes of enterprise data are becoming critical IT priorities in the UK, as they are in other regions,” commented Rick Powles, Regional Vice President, EMEA, Druva.
“Our partnership with Infosec Cloud means we can offer our #1-analyst-rated inSync endpoint data protection and backup solution, plus our newly launched Phoenix server backup and archiving, to the UK market. Infosec Cloud’s impressive track record of providing cloud-based IT security services makes them an ideal partner in this region.”
Druva Phoenix eliminates tape, off-site storage, complexity and 70% of the costs of managing server backup, archiving, retention and recovery. Phoenix unifies hot, warm and cold backup and archiving processes and administration for the first time, offers unlimited retention unavailable from any other cloud backup provider, and performs backups and restores 20 times faster than other solutions to ensure that organisations meet their recovery objectives and minimise business impact.
Druva Phoenix leverages patented Druva deduplication technology, decreasing cloud storage costs, greater bandwidth availability, and the advanced cloud technologies of Amazon Web Services to provide a dramatically simplified model that delivers high-performance backup, archiving and long-term retention in a single package. Organisations gain the additional benefit of centralised management of server backup and recovery across any number of remote servers and locations.
Pete Sherwood, MD Infosec Cloud, added, “We’re delighted to start offering inSync and Phoenix to our customers. With Druva we can provide organisations with the services they need to ensure complete endpoint data protection and governance, plus offer the first practical alternative to traditional tape-based server backup.”
Druva is the leader in data protection and governance at the edge, bringing visibility and control to business information in the increasingly mobile and distributed enterprise. Built for public and private clouds, Druva’s award-winning inSync and Phoenix solutions prevent data loss and address governance, compliance, and eDiscovery needs on laptops, smart-devices and remote servers. As the industry’s fastest growing edge data protection provider, Druva is trusted by over 3,000 global organizations on over 3 million devices. Learn more at www.druva.com and join the conversation at twitter.com/druvainc.