CTERA Press Room
Beyond File Sync and Share – Why IT needs a Data Services Platform
ChalkTalk Video: Storage Switzerland Founder, George Crump, and CTERA’s SVP of Marketing Jeff Denworth discuss how IT can leverage a data services platform to address the needs of the company, moving beyond file sync and share, while keeping employees productive in home offices, remote offices and on the road.
Delaware North launches into cloud backup with AirShare and CTERA
For some sites, where large amounts of data are held, the pure cloud-based AirShare solution is complemented with a hybrid solution using hardware from CTERA. The CTERA appliance is local disk-based appliance that keeps a copy of the data locally but works with AirShare so data is also sent to the cloud. Following a recent incident, the CTERA solution made the process of restoring 2TB of data faster than having to pull the same volume of data down from AWS.Read more
CTERA's cloudy gateway gets sync 'n' share bolted on
Life in the cloud storage gateway jungle gets tougher and tougher as cloud file sync 'n' sharers invade the storage gateway space. CTERA is taking on the file sync'ers directly.It's combined its cloud storage gateway with file sync 'n' share for business users in central, branch and remote offices, covering access from desktops, notebooks, tablets or their smart phones.Read more
CTERA Releases Enterprise Data Services Platform
Cloud service provider CTERA announced the launch of version 5.0 of its enterprise data services platform, which features a combination of software and hardware for IT organizations to create, deploy and manage storage-as-a-service solutions, including remote site storage, backup, file sync and share, and mobile collaboration.Read more...
Every Device, Every Location, Every Data Service: A Unified Solution for Unprecedented Access, Protection and Governance of Enterprise Files and Data
New York City and Petach Tikvah, Israel – May 12, 2015 – In a major company milestone, CTERA Networks announced today the culmination of its foundational product vision with the release of version 5.0 of the CTERA Enterprise Data Services Platform.
New York City and Petach Tikvah, Israel, April 21, 2015 – CTERA Networks today announced that a Fortune 100 financial services firm has selected CTERA’s Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) licenses to provide secure, private file services across the enterprise. This newly announced project represents one of the world’s largest enterprise file sync and share deployments to date and serves as one of several 50,000+ user deployments CTERA has sold in the financial services space alone.
CeBIT: Telekom startet - Managed Backup to the Cloud (In German)
Auf der CeBIT hat die Deutsche Telekom im Rahmen ihrer Private-Cloud-Angebote diverse neue Managed-IT-Services vorgestellt. Dazu gehört »Managed Backup to the Cloud«, mit dem der magenta Riese nun in Cloud-Backup einsteigt. Damit dürfte diese Backup-Art endgültig geadelt sein. Bei dem Telekom-Angebot handelt es sich um eine Online-Backup-Lösung mit 500 GByte Speicherplatz, um die Daten sämtlicher Endgeräte in der Private-Cloud zu speichern, zu synchronisieren und von überall darauf zuzugreifen.Read more...
What is important for data security in the cloud
Rather than entrust data to multi-tenant public clouds, government organizations should use infrastructure that is "cordoned off" specifically for their use, a concept known as a "virtual private cloud" or VPC. This ensures that strict security measures and compliance guidelines are followed across all aspects — from datacenter operations and physical access controls, to network security, to data and application security.Read more...
CeBIT, Hannover, Germany, March 17, 2015 – CTERA Networks and Deutsche Telekom today launched a new cloud-based data backup and cloud storage offering powered by CTERA’s enterprise data services platform. Within the terms of the partnership, Deutsche Telekom will leverage the complete range of CTERA solutions to provide enterprise customers with cloud-based data services such as managed backup, file sync and share, collaboration and managed hybrid storage for ROBO offices.
Five Critical Questions to Ask Before Moving Data to the Cloud
Understandably, many organizations are still wary of placing their sensitive data anywhere but in their own data centers. In that case, they know exactly where the data resides. However, there are reasons why enterprises – even in regulated industries – would want to use external cloud services – a move that doesn't necessarily mean they lose sight and control of their data. In this slideshow, CTERA outlines five questions organizations need to ask before moving data to the cloud.Read more...