Trend Micro Releases SafeSync for Business, Q1 Financial Results
Article by George Norman
On 13 May 2011
Trend Micro, company that specializes in providing network antivirus and internet content security software, has rolled out two things earlier this week. The first thing it rolled out is a tool that allows small business owners to save, manage and access digital files from anywhere. The name of this tool is SafeSync for Business, and as Trend Micro explained, it is meant to let small business owners to protect, share and sync data remotely.

“Using secure cloud-based technology, SafeSync for Business is designed to let users easily access and share all their data while ensuring that they are protected, saved and up to date across multiple computers and mobile devices via the innovative synchronization technology. SafeSync also keeps an additional, up to date, copy in the cloud that can be accessed from any web enabled device or used in case of hardware failure or loss,” explained Trend Micro in a press release.

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To get a better idea of what SafeSync for Business can do, here are its main features:
- Store and backup data to the cloud.
- Sync data in a small business environment. We’re talking about continuous, automatic file synchronization that does not slow down the user’s computer.
- Since files are uploaded to the cloud, they can be accessed and edited from anywhere.
- Video and music streaming to compatible hand-held devices.
- Centralized management for administrators.
- External file and folder sharing support.
- Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android and other web enabled devices are supported.

For additional information on Trend Micro SafeSync for Business click here.

The second thing Trend Micro made public this week are the financial results for its Q1 2011. Here are the main figures Trend Micro made public:
Consolidated net sales - 23,980 million Yen (about $291 million)
Operating income - 6,520 million Yen ($79 million)
Net income - 3,995 million Yen ($48 million)

“Cloud computing is revolutionizing the way businesses and people consume, share and use digital information. Trend Micro’s leading-edge security is helping enable the adoption of this latest IT infrastructure advance by making it safer for enterprises, small businesses and consumers. Trend Micro’s leading worldwide server security market share, places us at the core of cloud computing, since the move to cloud entails having more applications moving onto servers and into data centers. Trend Micro is the perfect partner for those wanting to take this journey from physical to virtual to cloud, because we provide protection for every step of the way,” said Eva Chen, Trend Micro CEO.



Tags: Trend Micro, Security, SafeSync for Business, Revenue
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