The storage, management and limitations of their home directories presented a unique challenge for the airline. The IT team was looking for a solution that could handle the exponential growth of data in home directories and remove accessibility limitations end users had to those directories.
The company wanted a streamlined approach to managing its home directories that is built for the future and could be managed on-premises, using corporate approved storage – all while giving end-users easy access to files and folders from their devices for sharing and collaboration. VPN access was counterproductive to this streamlined approach. Users wanted to be able to access files without using a VPN and IT wanted to ensure corporate security.
Growth in home directories presented the IT teams with a few challenges, including the increasing cost to store the content, plus VPN-dependent access to the content, which sapped productivity.
- Future-proofed home directories, on-premises and secure
- Seamless, secure access to files and folders from any device, anywhere
- Full document backup and protection across all devices
- A modernized backup solution
- Cost savings and improved productivity for end-users and administrators
- Continued implementation of their Office 365 investments
Like the internet and mobile devices, airlines have changed how people live and experience the world. By shortening travel time and altering our concept of distance, the airline industry has also redefined how today’s modern enterprise conducts business. Carriers are always looking for ways to improve their performance and decrease costs to ensure the safest, most affordable options for their passengers and cargo.
A Syncplicity customer, one of the world’s largest global airlines when measured by fleet size, revenue, scheduled passengers and the number of destinations they serve, works with its partners to operate an extensive international and domestic network managing thousands of flights daily.