First, we’ll see how Leonovus 3.0 software-defined object storage uses military grade tactics for securing highly distributed systems along with home-grown patented algorithms that virtualize and slice data across a network of on-premises, hybrid or multi-cloud storage nodes. Then we’ll look at how File Fabric™ from Storage Made Easy™ complements this secure storage infrastructure.
Join Enrico Signoretti (Head of Product Strategy, OpenIO) and Steven Sweeting (Product Management Director, SME) to learn about Storage Made Easy File Fabric and OpenIO, the open source object store supporting both storage and compute environments from embedded devices to multi-petabyte datacenters.
See how OpenIO and Storage Made Easy work together to help your organization control costs and compliance providing next-generation storage services.
Files can be accessed anywhere, using any device, with full audit, security, reliability, and lower TCO.
This webinar is offered several times: 10AM CET and 11AM PT.
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With the world growing increasingly data-rich, customers are looking for tools to access data at any time, whilst also being as secure as possible.
Storage Made Easy provides a comprehensive control and management solution with the most enriched cloud computing features to enable secure cloud collaboration across data points for corporations.
This blog post title may seem a little strange given that Storage Made Easy promotes the use of secure cloud file share and sync but we understand that there are times when you simply want to bulk move files directly from a laptop or PC to be able to access them on the move.
A little know feature of the free SME iOS and Android Apps is that they have the ability to turn themselves into an FTP Server which can be wirelessly connected to from an FTP client on the same network.
This allows files to be easily uploaded to the App in Bulk on each device.
From a security viewpoint you will still want to secure the files in the event you lost the device or the device is stolen.
On iOS the SME App can be protected by a pin, and the forthcoming release supplemented by fingerprint Touch ID for devices that support it. Also If you turn on the device password for the iOS device then the SME App takes advantage of the encryption features build into iOS and all files are encrypted when the device is ‘locked’ or “at rest”.
On Android the SME App can also be protected by a pin but for additional security users should consider encrypting their device storage. You can read an article now how to do that here.