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Dallas, TX, March 19, 2012 –/BackupReview.info/– M-Files Inc., the developer of M-Files flexible enterprise content management (ECM) software and the cloud-based service M-Files Cloud Vault, today announced the immediate availability of M-Files Cloud Vault 2.0, which includes major new enhancements such as unique support for hybrid cloud configurations, single sign-on via Active Directory, improved back-up and recovery capabilities, and 100 TB cloud storage capacity.
M-Files is showcasing M-Files Cloud Vault 2.0 during Convergence 2012 at booth #1105. Convergence 2012 is the premier event for the Microsoft Dynamics® customer and partner business community and takes place on March 18 – 21 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX.
M-Files Cloud Vault is the first ECM solution to run natively on Windows Azure, empowering businesses to take advantage of Microsoft’s highly scalable and reliable cloud-based platform and geographically distributed data centers.
“M-Files Cloud Vault 2.0 represents an important step forward in making enterprise content management accessible to any business,” said Greg Milliken, president of M-Files Inc. “With M-Files Cloud Vault 2.0, companies can leverage the cloud for scalable online storage capacity, robust file sharing capabilities and anytime, anywhere mobile access, without giving up any professional ECM capabilities, such as rich metadata, secure access permissions, version history and workflow. And all this comes without large initial outlays for hardware and software.”
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“The cloud offers businesses new options and flexibility related to deploying technology, but on-premise software solutions still continue to offer important benefits. With M-Files Cloud Vault 2.0, organizations are empowered with the flexibility to get the best of both worlds,” added Milliken.
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