CTERA Networks: Promoting Secured Data Storage and Transaction Every Time
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Liran Eshel, CEO & Co-Founder
The genesis of CTERA Networks correlates to the development of cloud technologies in 2008; a group of IT veterans predicted that cloud computing would bring about a drastic digital transformation to enterprise IT and the potential challenges associated with it involving infrastructure management, data governance, privacy and security. As a prompt response to these challenges, a Cloud Storage-as-a-Service platform was developed by CTERA to help businesses centrally control and ensure if corresponding data sets conforms to all security and governance regulations. Today, Led by Liran Eshel as the CEO and Co-Founder, the team at CTERA provides the only cyber-hardened platform, combining edge filers to its clients in an ambitious bid to accelerate the digital transformation across the full continuum of enterprise file services. CTERA’s Storage-as-a-Service delivery platform provides all-in-one, on-demand file services, automation, and support for software-defined data centers.
An industry veteran, Eshel understands that the inability of point solutions to provide a holistic view of data governance and data security leads to siloed data and increases overall IT management costs. CTERA’s four main data storage management products offer a comprehensive and flexible way for companies to manage both private and public cloud (VPC) infrastructures simultaneously, without compromising on the security and performance. “The CTERA Enterprise File Services is a ‘born in the cloud’ platform, comprising sync & share, backup, and remote branch storage features.
CTERA’s Storage-as-a-Service delivery platform provides all-in-one, on-demand file services, automation, and support for software-defined data centers
It offers secure, efficient protocols and Representational State Transfer (REST) APIs, along with a multi-tenant data security and service management model, enhancing the security and operational efficiencies of IT-as-a- Service organizations,” explains Eshel.
The CTERA platform helps clients to integrate their data storage systems with reliable security, data governance, and cloud infrastructure tools, thereby eliminating any risks associated with loss or damage of data. “The platform ensures ultra-secure data transactions, intelligent file caching, source based de-duplication, and compression of data, thereby simultaneously automating the entire process and minimizing impact on the existing WAN bandwidth,” states Eshel. Added to that, CTERA Edge Filers is a holistic, cost-effective, plug-and-play solution for enhancing storage operations, improving backup, and initiating collaboration across dispersed enterprises via the cloud. With Zero-Minute Disaster Recovery, CTERA Edge Filers ensures uninterrupted operations in the workplace by transferring data to the cloud instantly during power outages. The CTERA Drive is a single console that promotes secure access to files, along with improved collaboration between teams and guaranteed data protection services for remote devices.
Catering to businesses across finance, government, healthcare, media and entertainment industries, CTERA offers hybrid storage services combining on-premise and cloud. The company’s cloud storage gateways help clients replace file servers, consequently providing a performance optimized solution in an enterprise management. CTERA’s Private Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS) solution helps users maintain data integrity, while increasing productivity with the aid of unlimited file capacity across multiple devices. “Users are able to retrieve data using direct-to-cloud or disk-to-disk-to-cloud backup models, which optimize data recovery time and improve data protection performance,” elaborates Eshel.
Apart from this, CTERA assists clients in effectively combating Ransomware threats by leveraging enterprise-grade data protection tools powered by file sync technology. CTERA also enables organizations to consolidate all distributed file data into one centralized repository, ready for receiving security and access control insights from data governance tools. “We aim to emerge as an unmatched provider for high quality data storage and security in the near future,” concludes Eshel.
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