Archiware Presents Extended Cloud Capabilities
Archiware, manufacturer of the data management software suite Archiware P5, is previewing the upcoming release of the P5 software suite with new cloud functionality.
Features include Client-to-Client sync; Backup to the Cloud and two archiving modes – ‘Classic Archive’ described as a established, flexible archiving features for cloning, migration; and ‘Open Archive’ for single-file access and shareability for cooperative workflows.
Other features include Amazon Glacier and generic S3 support as well as archive to the cloud support for Windows, FreeBSD and Linux.
In addition to the P5 Software Suite, visitors to Archiware at NAB will get a first glimpse at a brand-new standalone product from the Archiware data management experts: Archiware Pure, the easy-to-use, innovative VMware backup.
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