SharePoint Data Replication: Connected Systems and iOra
Connected Systems and iOra are hosting an exclusive breakfast event where Rinaldo De Paolis, General Manager of Connected Systems, and Joshua Haebets, from iOra, will be presenting on iOra’s products to replicate data between Microsoft SharePoint servers, or by creating virtualised servers or web applications for mobile users. Please join us on Wednesday 5th November 2014.
During this event you will discover:
- How iOra Server-to-Server Geo-Replicator provides secure and scalable replication between SharePoint servers, across WAN, allowing remote users to access central content at LAN speeds.
- How iOra Server-to-Laptopn ensures that mobile and field workers, dependent on laptop connectivity, have exactly the same experience as they would if working at Head Office by using the replicated web portal on their laptop.
- How iOra Server-to-Virtual Server provides a lightweight read-only portal for remote offices, solving the problem of repliating corporate portal content to remote office environments.
Ensuring that information throughout an organisation is consistent and guaranteed, irrespective of location or connection.
“Providing timely updates to tankers around the world’s oceans have presented logistical problems. iOra’s solution is designed to allow us to deliver updated information quickly and efficiently.”
“The Regs4ships system with iOra Geo-Replicator® allows shore managers and ships’ crews to refer to integrated data in near real time.”
“The introduction of Geo-Replicator® has enabled us to work with much improved efficiency and has now been deployed across the fleet to transforming the way we operate.”
“iOra continues to be an integral part of the Ministry of Defence, delivering essential software across the organisation. Their software delivers a one stop strategy, saving time, money and resources.”
“In terms of the benefits to the Australian Department of Defence, they now have access to the full SharePoint platform capability – any time, anywhere – literally!”