If you need to share and collaborate on a few large files between people at two or three locations, any file-sharing service will work, like Google Drive, WeTransfer, or Dropbox.
But if you work in a large organization that needs to keep tens of millions of files synchronized, across offices in different cities or even different countries, running different operating systems (Windows, Mac, various flavors of Unix)—you need something much more powerful.
That’s the type of challenge Aba El Haddi has been working on his entire career. He founded EnduraData in 2006 to enable healthcare firms, government agencies, and other types of enterprises to securely share and sync files among offices and data centers across the globe.
The company’s EDpCloud solution prevents data loss, keeps data available to legitimate users and processes, safe from prying eyes and malicious actors, reduces costs, and provides an up-to-date backup for rapid disaster recovery.
Here’s the EnduraData story.