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CTERA announces new managed file access solutions for the post-pandemic workplace

CTERA announces new managed file access solutions for the post-pandemic workplace

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CTERA, the Edge-to-cloud file services leader, has introduced a new remote work suite for its global file system featuring a small form factor Edge filer and a new lightweight file access agent.

The product suite enables enterprises to securely extend LAN-speed access to corporate file shares for small regional teams and data-intensive home users while preserving consistent folder structures, permissions, and access control.

The pandemic forced an overnight shift to work-from-home that has raised serious data management challenges in enabling remote NAS access, scaling distributed VDI platforms, and combating a steep rise in ransomware attacks. As a result, IT organisations are rethinking long-term remote workforce IT strategies to ensure fast and secure access to corporate data from any location.

The CTERA Enterprise File Services Platform enables organisations to connect remote sites and users over a single namespace and deliver HQ-grade data access experiences from any Edge location or device. By unifying local file sharing with multi-cloud object storage, CTERA’s global file system technology allows enterprises to modernise every aspect of their distributed file services delivery – including remote offices, work-from-home laptops, VDI, and mobile – without compromising performance or security.

“CTERA’s multi-cloud global file system allows us to provide secure and familiar file services to users anywhere,” said Brian Zwart, IT Manager, American Engineering Testing.

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