June 19, 2013
June 19 -- In a move to make sharing files via the cloud as simple as it is on the desktop, Infinitely Virtual, a leading provider of Cloud Server computing services, today introduced InfiniteVault, the first cloud-based file sharing application designed expressly for small and midsize businesses.
InfiniteVault enables users to share files safely and easily, providing secure, seamless access to an organization's data from anywhere in the world. Users can cloud-enable a desktop or a server in a matter of minutes, regardless of how many users, locations or servers are involved. System administrators have complete control over what is shared and with whom, and can manage all tasks through a simple web interface. Flexible multi-organization support enables companies to designate sub-organizations with individual storage quotas and even add custom branding.
“For small and midsize businesses, there’s no simpler or more powerful way to access organizational data – and share it with authorized users – wherever they may be,” said Adam Stern, CEO, Infinitely Virtual. “Stacked up against the most popular applications on the market, InfiniteVault offers far more interactive file sharing and it’s a snap to customize. And unlike file-sharing solutions from other hosting providers, InfiniteVault is available on a standalone basis, sparing businesses the hassle and expense of licensing. Now, there are no impediments to sharing Office documents and PDFs, anytime, anywhere.”
InfiniteVault enables IT professionals and users alike to connect to their data, their way. The application includes software for Windows, Mac, Android, iPad and iPhone. Alternatively, users can bypass the software install completely and map a drive letter directly to InfiniteVault -- and then use any web browser to download or upload files.
InfiniteVault seamlessly backs up files to the cloud as users work. Once the client is installed on a server or desktop, a new backup can be created directly from the web interface. In the event a user accidentally deletes a file or makes an unwanted change, the last good version remains; InfiniteVault supports unlimited revisions across the entire system.
InfiniteVault is the only file sharing system that is fully integrated with Infinitely Virtual's array of virtual terminal server products, including Quickbooks Terminal Server, Quickbooks Virtual Office Network, Virtual Terminal Server, and Virtual Office Network plans. As with all products from Infinitely Virtual, InfiniteVault is 100 percent secure; data is protected with 448-bit Blowfish encryption. InfiniteVault servers reside on Infinitely Virtual's breakthrough Enterprise Virtualization Environment. If a device is lost, it can be wiped remotely.
The Basic version of InfiniteVault supports 2 to 5 users and includes 50GB of storage up to a maximum of 1TB, for $19.99 per month; each additional user is $9.99 per month. The Standard version provides support for 5 to 200 users and 100GB of storage, up to 5TB, for $39.99 per month. Users can be added for a monthly charge of $7.99 per user.
For additional details on InfiniteVault, visit www.infinitelyvirtual.com.
About Infinitely Virtual
Infinitely Virtual is a leading provider of high quality and affordable Cloud Server technology, capable of delivering services to any type of business, via terminal servers, SharePoint servers and SQL servers – all based on Cloud Servers. The company was established as a subsidiary of Altay Corporation, and through this partnership, Infinitely Virtual provides customers with expert 24×7 technical support. With an innovative approach to virtualization – one that includes reliance on its IaaS and SaaS tools for its own operation — Infinitely Virtual provides aggressively priced options that competitors simply cannot meet. More information about Infinitely Virtual can be found at: http://www.infinitelyvirtual.com or call 866-257-8455.
Source: Infinitely Virtual
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