Are you wondering how best to enable data access in today’s work from home world?
Are you thinking about consolidating NAS and IT footprint across your remote sites when users return to the office?
CTERA and HPE partner to solve enterprises’ remote IT challenges for today and tomorrow. Organizations need solutions that enable remote IT when it’s needed – such as during a global pandemic – and that also support a return to the office when the time comes. CTERA and HPE offer the fastest path to remote workforce enablement (“Remotifying IT”) by extending the value of your existing infrastructure and remote IT file services delivery, improving the productivity of your workforce while lowering costs.
The joint solution allows enterprises to address the full continuum of global file services from edge locations to the HPE file and object storage and multicloud infrastructure of their choice – without breaking file access protocols, changing file structures, or compromising security.
- Extend your corporate file system to remote users while keeping your existing file structure, security model, and user protocols.
- Provide your employees with secure access to their work files from home through a simple, familiar experience from their laptops, mobile devices, or a web interface.
- CTERA filers and endpoint clients continuously sync with the CTERA global file system, enabling any number of users or sites to edit, collaborate, and share files as if they were working in one place.
- Maintain your existing security model with an entirely private joint solution from CTERA and HPE. Keep your firewall and protect data moving from edge to cloud.
Remote Office and Branch Office (ROBO) Modernization | File Server Replacement
Powerful cloud-enabled edge filers that replace traditional NAS and file servers at remote locations and enable distributed enterprises to tier data to low-cost cloud and object storage.
A complete suite of enterprise file services from edge to cloud, including file storage and collaboration, backup and disaster recovery, and smart real-time caching.
Multisite file sharing and collaboration across a global namespace, traditional ROBO IT storage silos of data are eliminated.
Dramatic ROBO infrastructure consolidation and increased ease of management and savings.
Built-in cloud fail over, allowing IT admins to easily overcome hardware failures and drive user productivity
Private File Sharing and Collaboration
CTERA Drive Share is a Gartner-recognized file sharing and collaboration solution that allows enterprise and service provider organizations to deliver modern content collaboration services within the confines of their firewall.
Users can access their files from any device via software clients, mobile apps, and web browsers. Additionally, users can share files ad-hoc and in project teams, synchronize folders between multiple devices, and synchronize the cloud.
CTERA Drive Share eliminates the data privacy and governance concerns associated with public SaaS file sharing solutions.
Backup and Recovery of Endpoints and Servers
CTERA Drive Protect and Drive Server offers granular, file-level backup for endpoint devices and office servers.
CTERA Drive delivers smart endpoint clients that back up data directly to HPE private cloud or object infrastructure, while remote office desktops and servers leverage the CTERA edge filer, based on HPE hardware, in a hybrid backup model to help minimize WAN latency.
The solution covers multiple platforms and use cases, avoiding the complexity and cost of traditional IT backup.
The Ultimate in Data Privacy and Security
CTERA's platform is built for organizations with high priorities for unstructured data management and security across both on-premises and cloud.
CTERA allows customers to migrate file storage, collaboration, and data protection to the cloud on their terms, delivering in-firewall deployments, end-to-end military-grade encryption, and advanced authentication methods.
CTERA offers security pack add-ons for HPE customers that include anti-virus, data loss prevention (DLP), and FIPS 140-2 compliance.
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