Druva inSync provides a single pane of glass for managing data availability and information governance across endpoints and cloud applications — enabling businesses to mitigate data risks, facilitate business continuity, while not impacting employee productivity.
inSync Use Cases
Endpoint Data Protection
High performance backup, remote wipe and geo-location of laptops and smart devices
Cloud Application Backup and Archival
Protection and governance for Microsoft Office 365, G Suite, Box and Salesforce
Data Compliance Monitoring
Identification and remediation at-rest sensitive data risks (PHI, PII, PCI)
OS Migration and Device Refresh
Centralized management for large-scale migrations and self-service refreshes
Quick location of files across endpoints and cloud applications
Legal Hold Management & eDiscovery Enablement
Instantly preserve custodian data for investigative and litigation needs
Under the Hood
Source-side Global Deduplication
Druva’s patented global deduplication offers class-leading efficiency and shrinks bandwidth usage by 80% —supercharging transfers.
Customer Access Only Security
Druva combines an advanced data-scrambling algorithm and a unique encryption model to guarantee your data is accessible only by your company.
AWS and Azure Infrastructure
Druva harnesses the native efficiencies and global reach of industry-leading cloud providers, offering unmatched storage flexibility, data durability and security.
Fully Certified Cloud
AWS and Azure data centers include the following certifications: SOC1, SOC2, SOC3, ISAE-3402, PCI-DSS Level 1 and ISO 27001.
One Data Set, Multiple Uses
A scale-out architecture with distinct metadata / data separation unlocks the value of data for multiple workflows by leveraging the same underlying data set.
Optional caching provides high-performance data handling with scheduled cloud synchronization, making data quickly available for rapid recovery.
“It’s very rare to have something in the IT portfolio which is loved by both the end user and IT but that’s the case with inSync.”
Oliver Barner, IT Services Manager