Xytech Launches MediaPulse Managed Cloud

MediaPulse Managed Cloud features real-time, cloud-based facility management capabilities with iOS/Android-compatible web-based hosted applications.

MediaPulse Managed Cloud, hosted in Microsoft Azure offers full system management so companies can avoid the cost and ongoing distraction of an on premises installation.

Xytech’s offer is available through any web browser and compatible with iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices.

"MediaPulse Managed Cloud makes the installation, maintenance and constant evolution of each client’s solution easy and cost effective. It allows our clients to focus on what they do best, while insuring they have the latest software in a secure and reliable platform" explains Greg Dolan, COO. "This managed services offering is available with several options so our customers can choose the one best fitting their business."

The MediaPulse Managed Cloud, available in October, is compliant with European privacy laws and enables secure data transmission across multiple geographies. As such, users of The MediaPulse Cloud are able to share data with their clients confidently knowing their information is protected.

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