|"Mr. Storage" at CeBIT 2014 - How do you protect their personal information effectively?|
|Monday, 17 February 2014 00:00|
Not only in the B2B sector, but also in the private sector, the amount of data always takes larger proportions: in addition to text, music, video and digital photo files there are eBooks , audio books, multimedia and gaming content that can quickly adjust space of fill your home computer. Here, consumers today use less and less desktop computer, but put on notebooks, netbooks and ultrabooks, tablets and smartphones, all devices with limited memory. Therefore all the more importance to get the themes of a secure external storage, easy management and a fast access to the data - best at all times and from all devices. One solution would be doing the "cloud computing", but many home users do not trust this technology and want - just after the discussions at NSA and increasing Web crime - their private data does not give out his hand" But what are the alternatives?
Shawn Shu, president of ASUSTOR Inc., knows this discussion and propagated for years the "private cloud", ie the solution of the data problems described above by building a straightforward , while powerful private infrastructure for storing , safeguarding and access to their own data. In contrast to earlier private network storage solutions today are easy to use, ASUSTOR solutions can be controlled and managed , as they are known to the users of smartphones on different apps. The goal is easy entry?", Ie a low inhibitions and the easy access to the NAS technology Shawn Shu explained the company's strategy ASUSTOR. "For years, the individual amount of data each user is subject to exponential growth. We at ASUSTOR offer our customers an easy- to-use and reliable solution that they can secure and manage their digital collections of music, text, image and video files across platforms." Shu sees the trend towards private storage solution from everywhere and at any time can be navigated and offers the highest data security.
Shawn Shu known as "Mr. Storage", he was in front of his position as president of Asustor over six years of Vice President Sales & Marketing at QNAP Systems, Inc. , a year Vice President Sales & Marketing at Synology Inc. as well as seven years as sales Manager server at Asustek Computer . Shu has studied in Taiwan and the USA and an MBA from the University of Illinois / USA . He speaks fluent English and is available at CeBIT for interviews on the subject available.