SEATTLE, March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Datacastle®, a market leader in enterprise endpoint analytics, backup and data protection today announced the latest version of its flagship product, Datacastle RED.
Datacastle RED v9 includes:
- Global Location Tracking – precision location tracking enables companies to locate lost or stolen devices and know when their data enters jurisdictions of interest globally.
- PC Settings Migration – Enterprise IT customers can now migrate PC settings at the same time they are moving user data to a newly provisioned device.
- Windows Server 2016 support – Datacastle RED vaults hosted on premise or within Managed Service Provider (MSP) data centers can now run on Windows Server 2016.
"World Backup Day is a reminder for us all that data protection is critical in the face of threats like ransomware, lost devices, and employee turnover," said Datacastle CEO, Ron Faith. "This announcement comes on the heels of announcing our Datacastle Analytics product that enables smart data discovery across enterprise endpoints. Enterprises no longer need to live with endpoint data being 'dark data' that presents risks and untapped opportunities."
Datacastle's announcement for supporting Windows Server 2016 continues its endpoint data protection leadership position on Microsoft Azure and Microsoft technologies. Datacastle is a Microsoft Gold Cloud Platform partner as well as a Microsoft Gold Data Platform partner.
For more information about Datacastle's endpoint analytics and data protection solutions, go to http://datacastlered.com/products/datacastle-red/.
Datacastle provides analytics and insights into enterprise endpoint data while protecting enterprises from mobile data loss and data breach with simplified and scalable hybrid cloud endpoint backup and data protection. Datacastle RED provides secure and auditable access to enterprise data on critical devices, anytime, anywhere. To learn more about Datacastle RED, visit http://www.datacastlered.com, follow on Twitter @Datacastle, or call 425.996.9684.