An enterprise data integration platform for organizations of any size
Enterprises are often faced with a multi-system, ever-changing and growing content storage and business application landscape—which can constrain user access, inhibit file governance and drive increased costs.
SkySync connects disparate storage platforms and business applications together—allowing organizations to move, copy, synchronize, gather and organize files, as well as their related data across any system. SkySync empowers your users with unified access to the most relevant, complete and up-to-date content—no matter where it resides.
Liberate content from the boundaries that confine your business operations
With SkySync’s advanced file analysis and integrated machine-learning engines, organizations can automatically interrogate their content to extract valuable file data, insights and patterns.
To reduce compliance risk, SkySync continually monitors content—identifying, and organizing sensitive data, as well as segregating low-value files—at scale and without manual intervention.
The platform’s open architecture is fully-customizable to meet any content-driven use-case—delivering endless solution possibilities to organizations of any size or complexity to streamline their business operations while reducing risk and costs.
Content Migration and Integration Solutions for Any Enterprise
A world-class enterprise content migration and integration platform
SkySync seamlessly integrates your on-premises, remote office and cloud storage platforms with precision, clarity, complete control and unprecedented agility.
- Move, sync, analyze, integrate and control content at scale
- True, bi-directional hybrid synchronization
- Advanced storage system interrogation, analysis and file transfer simulation & prediction tools
- IT-controlled user self-service opt-in, job monitoring and flagged file repair templates
- File transfer speeds in excess of 60 terabytes/day, within highly optimized environments
- Architected to scale to petabytes of content and billions of files