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|Stable release||5.1 / September 17, 2012|
|Operating system||Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003/08, Linux Kernel 2.6, Mac OS X|
|Platform||Windows, Linux, Mac|
|Type||Backup & Recovery|
The inSync suite offers backup and restoration, file sharing, data loss prevention (DLP), and data analytics features. The backup process is non-intrusive and users can back up their devices without an interruption in productivity. Integrated DLP provides multiple layers of protection for devices, enabling encryption, geo-location, and remote data delete capabilities. File sharing features allow users to easily sync files across devices, while also providing IT administrators unified policy management for end-to-end data protection and governance. Analytics functionality gives IT administrators tools to analyze endpoint data usage trends, locate any file or folder on any device, and generate reports with real-time information on data usage.
inSync is available for both on-premise and cloud deployment and uses data duplication and WAN optimization to maximize bandwidth and storage resources. inSync performs object-level data deduplication to eliminate storage waste and WAN optimization adjusts for network noise and latency, assuring the packets sizes are optimal for data transfer.
inSync features multiple levels of security to protect data in both transit and storage. Security includes two-factor encryption, SAS 70 certified infrastructure, ISAE 3000 certification of Druva’s cloud controls, and single sign-on capabilities.
inSync added private cloud capabilities on 2013, adding great scalability and flexibility for large enterprises. This increased the maximum users per customer to more than 100,000, while allowing companies to meet their security and compliance needs by hosting their data on site.