Zoolz Launches Intelligent Cloud for Data Storage
Cloud storage provider Zoolz announced the launch of its data storage platform, Intelligent, which joins the company's suite of cloud backup and disaster recovery services for home users and businesses.
The technology automatically organizes documents, videos, audio files, images or scanned documents uploaded by users.
Other features include the ability to search by content, so if users can't find a file, they can simply enter a word or a phrase and the technology will provide all the relevant results. The results even show the sentence it's used in, much like a search engine.
Zoolz also has built optical character recognition (OCR) in to the platform, which will convert any scanned document and image into searchable data.
The data storage platform automatically organizes documents, videos, audio files, images or scanned documents uploaded by users for instant access.
"The amount of data being generated is growing. By 2020, it's estimated that 40,000 exabytes will be produced. Dealing with this amount of data will be complex," Muayyad Shehadeh, CEO of Zoolz, told eWEEK. "Right now, there isn't an adequate solution that can help businesses deal with this growing problem. We also live in the age of the instant access, so we wanted to strike the right balance. So, we created an intelligent cloud that can not only help businesses structure their unstructured data, but also give them instant access."