There is not a single IT organization out there today that’s not taking mobility and everything related to it very seriously. More employees than ever need to access company information and documents to do their jobs from any place, at any time. It’s all about productivity, customer satisfaction, service, closing deals, and the bottom line.
To help meet this challenge, Acronis is committed to delivering cutting-edge file sync and share as part of our complete set of data protection solutions, which also include backup and disaster recovery.
In fact, Aragon Research in the US recently positioned Acronis in the “Innovators” sector of their Aragon Research Globe for Mobile Content Management report. The Aragon Research Globe is a market evaluation tool that graphically depicts Aragon Research’s evaluation of a specific market and the technology of leading vendors in the market.
The report evaluated 19 providers in the mobile content management space based on three sets of criteria: strategy, performance and global reach. Acronis was cited with strengths that include its broad client platform support, ease of use, a consistent user experience across data repositories, advanced policy management, and integrations with Microsoft Intune, Good Technologies and MobileIron.
In the past year we’ve also seen significant growth in customer demand for integrating Acronis Files Advanced with the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite. We responded! With the integration of Acronis Files Advanced and Microsoft Intune, companies can now manage the deployment of mobile file sync and share applications, even for on-premises content, and apply management policies. The integration enables secure interaction with Microsoft Office mobile and other managed apps, while preventing unauthorized access and data leakage. Policies can be added to restrict operations, such as copy and paste within managed applications.
We also know that companies store tons of business content in SharePoint, file servers, and other content management systems, you name it. Understanding that companies have huge amounts of content spread across different repositories, Acronis Files Advanced now supports Documentum, Alfresco and other CMIS-compliant content management systems, in addition to the already present File Server, NAS and SharePoint support. Users can get what they need from any device or browser in a consistent, secure and easy way – no matter where it’s stored.
By innovating in these areas, our customers are in a better position than ever before to take advantage of the employee productivity benefits of the mobile revolution and BYOD, while addressing the security and data management concerns of their organizations.