Nexsan has enhanced its Unity hyper-unified storage platform that provide users with a fast and secure solution for accessing and sharing data on-premises, or “on-the-go.” Unity now delivers mobile apps for iOS and Android, as well as web apps for laptops and desktops, ensuring users can access and share data conveniently, while still benefiting from Unity’s performance, scalability, and security.
“The benefits of Unity were so clear to us, at NCE, that we not only added it to our solutions portfolio, but we have also implemented the technology within our own business,” said John Greenwood, EMEA Solution Sales Director, NCE. “With offices in Europe and North America, and much of our business actively engaged and operational in the field, Unity provides us with an enterprise storage platform allowing our business as a whole to benefit from secure file sync and share capabilities. Now with mobile access our users will be able to access their files wherever they are, but securely.”
“Today’s dynamic workforce wants access to critical business content from anywhere they want to work,” said Victoria Grey, CMO, Nexsan. “With the release of our new Unity mobile and web apps, we are empowering workforce productivity that’s secure, easy and collaborative. Now, wherever users want to work, they have the access they need to browse, upload, download and share files with the confidence IT needs that data is both protected and secure.”
Using the new Unity mobile and web apps users can quickly create and send secure links via email to files stored on Unity. This eliminates the need to send large email files and provides access to information from anywhere. Using a private cloud infrastructure, the apps insure both privacy and security, using Active Directory permissions and credentials, while delivering seamless access without a VPN.
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