We are fortunate to have partners, such as XeniT, that have been with us for quite some time. XeniT is an Alfresco Premier Partner and leading integrator in Belgium that works with an array of customers worldwide. I was fortunate enough to work with them when they did their first Caringo Object Storage implementation in 2008 (CAStor 2.1).
As the digital landscape continues to evolve and all types of organizations are dealing with document overload, XenIT remains committed to artfully combining the forces of Content Services, Process Services and Governance and to delivering on the CIA Triad.
What is the CIA Triad?
The CIA Triad refers to protecting the Confidentiality, Integrity and Accessibility of data. XeniT takes it one step further, to an actual promise. Recently, they delivered on this promise by securing documents for a Belgium-based insurance company. The solution is managed through Alfresco open source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and stored on Caringo Swarm Object Storage. The whitepaper detailing this implementation is available now, and it will be the topic of our next Brews & Bytes webcast.
Using the CIA promise to protect data (…the other CIA)
On June 4 at 9am PT/noon ET, Toon Geens, XenIt CTO, and Ronny Timmermans, XenIt Managing Director, will join me and host Adrian J Herrera. If you have joined us for previous episodes, you know the drill. Bring your favorite brew (always interesting to see who brings coffee or tea versus beer or bourbon!), and settle in for 30 minutes.
In episode 6, we will be addressing the following questions:
- How does an organization get started addressing threat prevention and detection?
- Are there ways to contain threats and mitigate exposure?
- Can repairing and healing from data integrity issues be automated?
You are welcome to bring your own questions to contribute to the conversation!
Learn More About Object Storage
If you have any questions, feel free to shoot us a quick email. If you are looking for more information on how Swarm Object Storage protects your data, check out these resources: