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Panzura and Frame Partner to Accelerate Global, Real-Time Collaboration for Virtual Workspaces

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Panzura, the leader in unstructured data management in the cloud, today announced a partnership with Frame, the secure cloud workspace platform, to accelerate global, real-time collaboration for virtual workspaces. The Panzura FreedomTM intelligent hybrid cloud storage platform now integrates with Frame, providing ubiquitous access to data in Frame workspaces. The combination of real-time, global collaboration enabled by Panzura Freedom and Frame’s easy-to-use cloud platform, results in dramatic productivity improvements for global design projects while reducing unstructured data storage costs up to 70 percent.”

The release continues, “Frame’s cloud-based virtual workspaces make it easy to run Windows applications from any device, at any time through a typical web browser. Customers pay for virtual desktop services per seat on a monthly basis as needed with no software to install or hardware to manage. Application management is easy with an application dashboard that allows customers to select, deploy, and keep all of their applications up to date with the push of a button. ‘Frame workspaces are an ideal solution for our small offices of less than five people, remote job trailers, and home users because they give everyone the same experience as if they were in the office,’ said Andy Knauf, head of information technology, Mead & Hunt. ‘Frame provides seamless integration into Panzura Freedom, enhancing our ability to collaborate on design projects from anywhere, anytime. Within three years I anticipate that half of our organization will be using some kind of workstation entirely in the cloud’.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Panzura

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