Infotech Lead America: Code 42 Software has expanded capabilities of its CrashPlan endpoint backup solutions.
This new version of CrashPlan enables users and data backup administrators for managing private clouds.
“Our new functionalities make our solution unique and give admins what we believe is the best private cloud management solution on the market today. In addition, a key differentiator of all our CrashPlan offerings is our ability to support a variety of platforms – Mac or Windows, Linux or Solaris,” said Matthew Dornquast, chief executive officer, Code 42 Software.
The company said with single-point upgrades of private clouds version comes automatic upgrade functionality for storage servers, which makes managing private clouds easier and less time-consuming. Once all servers are individually upgraded to the current version, administrators can upgrade their entire private cloud with a single-point upgrade for future releases.
Support for Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0 (SAML 2.0) enables web-based authentication and authorization scenarios including single sign-on (SSO). Organizations utilizing SAML 2.0-based SSO technologies (such as Shibboleth) can now integrate CrashPlan PROe with those systems, which simplify the authentication process by delegating all authorization to the organization’s identity provider.
Easy monitoring and administration gives admins a real-time view of the entire system and an easy way to control every aspect of the backups – whether for 200 users or two million – via an intuitive admin dashboard and console.
Easy, trusted access to data while on-the-go gives users secure access to all their data from anywhere via mobile apps for Apple iOS, Android or Windows Phone; apps feature one-touch update and the same industry-leading security as the PROe desktop applications.