Hitachi Data Systems announces version 2.1 of Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) Anywhere that allows service providers and IT organizations to quickly and easily deliver the most secure content mobility solution offered by HDS to their users under their own brand.
Showcasing at MWC-2016, the solutions brings new features that allow external parties to upload data to shared HCP Anywhere folders, enhance team folders, and evolve beyond file sync and share with new data protection tools for end-user files.
When workers , producers and corporate information are relying on mobility, securing enterprise information has become pivotal. With this new rollout, the company claims that service providers and private IT organizations can deliver next-generation file services for their users without compromising business expectations or the conveniences of the mobile workforce. With the most recent release of HCP Anywhere, organizations and service providers gain new features such as data protection and self-service recovery of users’ files and folders, secure external data sharing, collaborative workspaces, full auditability, and better content control.
“As an IT service provider specializing in telecommunications and data center services, we were able to speed our time to market for new cloud services based on the integrated Hitachi Content portfolio. Through a combination of Hitachi Content Platform as the core cloud storage repository, Hitachi Data Ingestor as the cloud gateway and Hitachi Content Platform Anywhere for file synchronization and sharing and remote management, we were able to quickly and easily bring to market new value added services for our customers,” said Sergio Grassi, Sales Director, Infracom Italia SpA.
HCP Anywhere v.2.1 brings new features that allow external parties to upload data to shared HCP Anywhere folders, enhance team folders, and evolve beyond file sync and share with new data protection tools for end-user files. This new release also includes enhancements that further improve the security, ease of use, and intelligence of underlying storage and network resources.
“We are proud to announce that HCP Anywhere is the most secure offering in the market – the newest release is the first HDS product to sync, share and protect users’ data. Our passion for data means we are committed to continually enhancing the HCP portfolio, guaranteeing secure, intelligent data management by optimizing data control and visibility,” concluded Peter Sjoberg, chief technology officer (CTO), Cloud and Mobility, Hitachi Data Systems.
These new capabilities for file sync, folder sharing and end-user data protection will be on display next week at Mobile World Congress in the Hitachi booth in Hall 6, Stand 6G21.