Announcing EDpCloud™ Remote Online & Server Backup Using Data Replication & File Synchronization software v4.1.8.

EnduraData EDpCloud File Replication and Remote Online Backup Software v 4.1.8EnduraData , a leading cloud solution company for business and enterprise, announces a data replication software solution with support for POSIX security attributes for Mac, Windows®, Solaris®, Linux®, and other major UNIX® platforms. The solution synchronizes data between systems and between remote locations.

Eden Prairie, MN (PRWEB) October 07, 2014

EnduraData improves performance and adds security attributes to EDpCloud data replicationand file synchronization software.

Version 4.1.8 of EDpCloud file replication and remote online backup software now improves file performance and adds POSIX access control lists support:

  •     Files are automatically synchronized between systems, clouds and geographic regions to ensure more effective use of Big Data
  •     File ownership, permissions and access control lists are preserved
  •     Online backup to local or remote servers are scheduled or done in real time
  •     File changes are updated in one or more locations automatically
  •     Bandwidth use and time required to synchronize systems in all locations are reduced
  •     Continuous data protection and data availability are significantly improved.

Version 4.1.8 of EDpCloud allows users to move and distribute large amounts of data automatically and securely from one geographic site to many remote sites and from many remote sites to a single location (Big Data aggregation and backup consolidation). EDpCloud synchronizes data automatically between different operating systems (Linux, Windows, Mac, Solaris and other major proprietary UNIX platforms).

EnduraData EDpCloud helps businesses and government agencies to protect data, to migrate data between systems and clouds and to leverage data for decision making. The result is that companies use EDpCloud to bridge the gap between where data is created and where it is used to make informed and effective decisions.

Global businesses and government agencies are facing unparalleled complexity, increased risks and uncertainty. Now, agencies and companies alike can use EnduraData’s cloud enabling technology to protect data and to enhance productivity while maintaining strategic competitive advantages.

“Leveraging EDpCloud will reduce labor costs and risks by helping you use operational excellence and product innovation as a value stream. We know this is critical for organizations to compete more effectively in the market place.” said A. El Haddi, CTO of EnduraData.

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Company Information: EnduraData is one of Minnesota’s first pioneer of secure large scale cross operating system and inter-site data replication and file transfer software. EDpCloud bridges the gap between data creation and decision making process.

EnduraData’s leadership team draws on more than 25 years of experience in R&D, in Universities, Government, National Labs, and Industry where the founders and engineers implemented solutions that powered critical applications.

EnduraData designs and markets data management solutions that enable government agencies and businesses to automate processes, migrate and explore patterns in data, synchronize data continously between different operating systems, hardware platforms, networks and geographic regions.

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Cloud Computing and its Ecosystems

This is my first entry in the new blog so let me start by saying what this is all about.

First, who are we? EnduraData is a fast growing Minnesota company that focuses on cross platform accelerated data movement, file transfer between geographic sites and the best and effective data management solutions for efficient workflow. No we are not here to push products but we will try and share a few technical tidbits once in a while and seek to have an n-way conversation.

One of our consultants said “hey you need a new blog”. She also mentioned something about branding, social media, etc. Huh! This is getting to be too much. I would rather write code and help people solve their data issues (Instant gratification anyone? 🙂 ).

But then she got me thinking? Are we just about data?

No, I rhetorically replied. We are about solving problems (I don’t talk to myself this often except when the debugger refuses to give me the complete stack back trace or dump, you know what I mean).

I am one of those people that you will hate on a first meeting (if you don’t know me). I can talk about ecology, evolution, behavior, poverty, high performance computing as well as cash flow and the balance sheet.

You see, I take a stand on many issues that I know and care about and if I don’t know, I ask others questions without feeling stupid ( or “inadequate,” as others may say).

My mother, God blesses her soul, used to tell me “you are too curious and some day you will get in trouble” and I did when I wrote a political poem of seven lines. I am not a good poet but I write poems that irritate dark forces and dictators. I hope that I will not get in trouble with readers who ask a question and I or others fire back a few of our own to understand. So please, ask questions. That is why we created this forum. We are seeking conversation.

Expect to read about various things from corporate responsibility to distributing the computational load in order to increase computational speed. Plato, Socrates, Newton, Albert Einstein, ecosystems, species loss, cloud computing, the Human condition and other subjects dear to my being will also find a spot here as well. Forgive me if I don’t use the term cloud computing but use distributed systems instead. Feel free to contact me or post a comment or question.

El Haddi