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BridgeSTOR Announces the Coronado Cloud Server for Corporate Cloud File Sharing

BridgeSTOR, LLC, the company making cloud storage accessible, today announced the release of the Coronado Cloud Server System. The Coronado Cloud Server allows Corporations to build their own secure corporate file sharing environment using existing software and hardware in Corporate Data Centers or Public Cloud environments and is ideal for global collaboration, remote site servers and Corporate Users on the road without a VPN. The Coronado Servers contain access-from-anywhere technology allowing Corporate Users to access files from Mobile Apps, Tablets, Laptops and Corporate Workstations with Active Directory for global authentication and includes free iPhone and Android applications. All data is accessed in real time from anywhere using a global name space so devices are not required to Sync.

Administrators may create their own servers, create their own security policies, build their own cloud applications and most importantly use their own storage. The Coronado Cloud Server was designed for hardware or virtual environments. Install the software on new or existing hardware or install the software on Virtual Machines in hyper-converged environments, VMware, Windows Hyper-V, Oracle Virtual Box, Linux KVM, Public Cloud Providers. The Coronado Cloud Servers are also compatible with all existing storage platforms including SAN, NAS, DAS, Object Storage or Public Cloud Storage.

Other key features and capabilities of the Coronado Cloud Server include native file support (no mangling of data), high speed ingest using local disk (including SSD) and background threads, a Global Namespace, Active Directory Integration, global file locking, version control, SSL with AES-256 bit military-strength encryption and extended S3 APIs. The Cloud Servers are also stateless and may be placed anywhere in the Corporate Environment.

"Coronado Cloud Servers allow corporations to build their own Box cloud environments," says John Matze, CEO, BridgeSTOR, LLC. "Now Administrators may allow users to share corporate file data but still maintain control of their data and the infrastructure with their own security."

Published Tuesday, October 17, 2017 10:58 AM by David Marshall
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