IceWEB (News - Alert), an award-winning Unified Data Storage appliance provider for cloud and virtual environments, recently announced a partnership with Dascom Systems Group, a provider of IPTV (News - Alert) and interactive video conferencing solutions to the public safety market.
According to the terms of the partnership, IceWEB will provide its IceBOX Private Cloud BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) solution to Dascom, allowing the latter to deliver easy file sync and share capabilities for public safety enterprises looking to store data securely.
IceBOX is a resilient encrypted private cloud storage, file synchronization and Client-Server software platform. Unlike other cloud storage solutions, with IceBOX, clients own the data and can lock down a user’s account if a breach is detected. IceBOX allows clients to protect information with the benefits and productivity of the cloud, access their data securely from any device and automatically Sync desktop folders to their cloud drive.
“This IceWEB partnership with Dascom opens a new national BYOD market for us. Dascom has a strong leadership presence in the Public Safety (Police, Fire, and Utilities) market. As they expand their suite of solutions, the Public Safety market has an urgent need for our IceBOX solution and the security it provides. Dascom has many long-standing, significant customers in this market through its data centers, and together, we’ll provide those customers with critical end-to-end solutions,” stated Rob Howe, CEO at IceWEB. “We’ll deliver both strict security and high availability requirements for the Public Safety and Utility markets without sacrificing user mobility and efficiency.”
“The move to the Private Digital Network national cloud solutions presents a great alternative for our customers that do not have the resources or staff to expand their infrastructure, and specifically provides public safety organizations a path to make data more accessible to first responders,” said Dan Draughn, vice president of Business Development for Dascom Systems Group.
Edited by Braden Becker