Data protection is of paramount importance at all times. The loss of any data can be critical to the continued existence of any organisation. That is only half the story for a lot of companies. Once you have your information safe, now you need to make it available again from other systems, either for distributed availability purposes, or for disaster recovery and high availability. If high availability is the requirement the goal should be that the identity of the failed system is taken on within a minute or so. All the user then notices is a brief delay in the availability of their files, email or database data.
PeerLink is an enterprise-level, real-time, multi-directional, distributed file locking and synchronisation technology that ensures the same data exists on all participating servers regardless of where changes occur, and prevents users from accessing files that are currently in-use by another user in the session. No longer is there a need to use email, FTP, or a centralised file repository. PeerLink ensures that your data is always up to date on every file server through real-time file replication. Furthermore, version conflicts are prevented through distributed real-time file locking to ensure that only one person can edit a file at a time.
PeerSync is a powerful file mirroring, branch office synchronisation, distribution solutions and more for your high data availability needs. With PeerSync you will able to ensure that your data and applications are accessible, providing a reliable IT solution for your business. PeerSync's data retention capabilities provide high-end data backup and recovery in today's IT environments. For any type of business, PeerSync's backup capabilities protect your critical data, providing an easy-to-use, reliable solution for your every day data retention needs. As your business grows and requirements change, you can cost-effectively upgrade, add options, and extend solutions.
PeerLock secures a user's files across a network of machines, ensuring that all copies of the files are locked while the user is working with the file. This security protects against multiple revisions occurring simultaneously on different machines. When a user opens a file in a watched folder on his/her local machine, the file is immediately locked on the other machines specified in the user selection list. Other users cannot make modifications to this file. When the user closes the file, the files residing on the other machines are immediately unlocked, and can now be used to make changes.
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