Nexsan says that its family of Transporter private cloud file sync and share appliances, now offers secure data access via industry standard Web browsers.
Users are able to browse and navigate through folders stored on their private cloud Transporter device, create folders, upload and download files and rename or delete files and folders as needed. All Web-based activity is performed through a secure login keeping data secure behind the company firewall.
According to a recent industry study, organisations actively using cloud, mobility, big data or security technologies are experiencing up to 53 percent higher revenue growth rates than those that have not invested in these technologies. Users are highly mobile and require simple, smart access to their data regardless of their location. IT is tasked with the need to support the business requirements of an increasingly mobile workforce while ensuring that critical data assets are secure.*
In addition, Transporter storage appliances now feature customisable branding that gives businesses and organisations the ability to add their logo, colour scheme and presentation of their content to create a company-branded portal and emails. Now internal organisational users and external guest users will benefit from consistent company branding for a superior customer and partner experience.
The new version of Transporter firmware also delivers advanced policy controls that allow users to securely share data links with their customers, partners and peers – anytime, anywhere, on any device for enhanced connectivity and business efficiency. Transporter administrators can now set automated link expiry policies by hours, days, weeks or months, so that shared content is no longer accessible to invited external parties after the expiration date.
Nexsan continues to exceed customer expectations by delivering innovative storage, secure archive and file, sync and share solutions that address the needs of today’s enterprises and connected workforce. Transporter keeps data safe and secure within a company’s own firewall while allowing users to access, share and synchronise data anytime, anywhere for business advantage. The result is a more flexible and higher performing private cloud solution with enterprise-class redundancy and seamless failover for reliability that public cloud file sharing services are not able to provide.
“We continue to listen to our customers to innovate and continuously deliver the most advanced file, sync and share appliances on the market,” said Geoff Barrall, CTO, Nexsan. “Unlike cloud service providers that put data at risk by storing it on a public Web server, Transporter files are securely stored on the Transporter appliance behind a company’s firewall for secure file sharing with the ease of Web-browser-based access at a price that public cloud providers just can’t match.”