Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) June 28, 2013
Gladinet has announced the release of updated iOS and Android clients for Gladinet cloud storage. New features include the ability to remove company data from a mobile device which has been lost or stolen and a more seamless document editing experience for mobile applications accessing cloud storage.
Gladinet's CEO, Jerry Huang, stated, "We are pleased to provide our mobile users with a richer document editing experience. Now its even easier to provide mobile access to file server data. For example, after file server migration to create a cloud file server, remote users can enjoy mobile access to cloud documents by editing them with any mobile application and then using the same application to upload a modified document to the cloud file server. Furthermore, if an employee loses a device with sensitive company data, we now offer the ability to erase all sensitive data from the device. This process can be initiated by an administrator from the central management console."
The increasingly prevalent use of mobile devices has presented enterprises with the challenge of accommodating mobile access to file servers. Gladinet facilitates file server migration by creating an online file server, at least in a functional sense, with all the traditional controls expected by IT administrators.
The company also offers a self-hosted dropbox alternative.
For more information about Gladinet's solutions, please visit http://www.gladinet.com
Founded in 2008, Gladinet is a growing company, with the number of people who have downloaded its cloud storage access software approaching 2 million. The company provides a dropbox alternative that can be easily deployed privately for enterprises and service providers. Gladinet's partners include Google, EMC, and HP. And its software powers the Nuance Cloud Connector, which converts documents stored in Google Docs, Box.net, Amazon S3 and others.