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November 03, 2011

Druva Unveils inSync Advanced Data Insights

Druva, a provider of enterprise endpoint data protection, announced the launch of inSync Advanced Data Insights.

The new product allows enterprise IT users to have more visibility into data stored and shared across all enterprise endpoints.

Druva’s new product is expected to be an effective and affordable solution to enable insights into enterprise data through aggregate and per-user summary information, advanced search capability to locate any file on any laptop, reporting, and alert notifications.

Druva is trying to tap big market opportunity to offer deep insight into enterprise endpoint data security. Many IT administrators do not have much details of data stored on their corporate laptops and other endpoint devices.

Leveraging Druva’s latest addition, IT administrators will have insights into enterprise endpoint data by enabling them to locate files or folders in any device by name, type or size. It provides a summary of file composition across endpoints, by file type and size, as well as aggregate and per-user storage consumption.

inSync supports IT administrators to instantly locate all employees who have a copy of a specific confidential financial report by issuing a simple search. inSync’s Advanced Data Insights will give IT professionals more control over enterprise data stored on laptops.

“The ability to quickly locate data and analyze usage can have a direct impact on compliance, productivity and optimization of IT resources,” said Jaspreet Singh, CEO at Druva, in a statement.

“And yet the majority of organizations today have only a limited knowledge of what kind of files employees are storing on their laptops and who has access to which files. Our new data insights capability empowers organizations to go beyond data protection and lay the foundation for an effective e-discovery strategy,” Singh added.

Recently, Druva announced Druva SafePoint, a data loss prevention (DLP) solution for laptop computers and other mobile devices. The solution offers file-level encryption, NSA-class remote data wipe-out, and pinpoint device trace, at a price affordable for all businesses.

Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jennifer Russell

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