Today, we’re excited to announce the release of the newest version of Nava Certus bringing enhanced support for Google Shared Drives, Microsoft OneDrive for Business and SharePoint. We always keep updating our products to ensure providing solutions tailored to your needs, and Nava Certus 2.4 is now officially available for download, plus you get to migrate your first 20GB free of charge as part of a 5-day evaluation. Google Shared Drives Shared drives in Google Drive can be used to store, search, and access files with a team (group of collaborators).
Nava Certus 1.6 is now available as a fully supported download. We now add support for SharePoint and OneDrive as migration targets. Also learn what Google has to say about Nava Certus in its blog post on Drive migrations. The major focus for us in 1.6 has been to work towards completing the Sharepoint and OneDrive story. In our commitment to produce a universal cloud data migration solution, we’re happy to announce that version 1.
Announcing Nava SIEM Agent 1.2. The industry’s leading tool for cloud compliance, audit analytics, cloud forensics, and data retention now supports a fuller set of features, including support for Amazon AWS CloudTrail and Syslog. Today we’re releasing Nava SIEM Agent 1.2. This version supports long-awaited functionality, including support for Amazon CloudTrail and output to Syslog. Amazon AWS and Google Apps are two of the most popular cloud services that offer an API or method of retrieving audit logs.
We’re happy to announce an update to Nava SIEM Agent, our cloud security and audit log retrieval solution. Since Nava SIEM Agent is a relatively new product, we want to answer some frequently asked questions about it in this post. Many of the changes in this release (Nava SIEM Agent 1.1) are internal but important, including: Updated to work with with the latest version of the Google Admin SDK libraries Ability to “Service Account” authentication as opposed to 3-legged OAuth Selective backlog retrieval The changes will cumulatively result in better security, improved stability, and scalability to millions of events.
Here is a more complete list of changes in Nava Certus 1.5: With Nava Certus, cloud storage migration has never been easier. Today, we’re expanding our features to include another migration target, AODocs a document management solution for Google Apps. While the functionality is still in Beta and we’re actively testing and getting this version ready for shipment, you are welcome to contact us and we’ll be happy to give you an advance version to test.
The Google Apps partner ecosystem is growing. If your company is in the Google Apps business, is enough being done to differentiate from other competitors? Continue reading to learn some ways that your firm can stand out by partnering with Nava Solutions. Google Partners - Are you differentiating yourself? Google Apps now has more than 10000 resellers! This was one of the major announcements stemming from the Google Enterprise Partner Summit, which took place in San Francisco last week.
Today, we’re happy to announce the availability of Nava Certus 1.4 our most comprehensive release to date. As a result, we now support nearly 30 different unique migration paths with strong support for Google Drive and Google Cloud Storage as migration destinations. We aim to be the clear leader in cloud storage migration and are constantly at work developing support for new sources/destinations. Do you have a feature requirement we don’t yet support?
Customers using Nava Certus, may have noticed a few logistical complications with extremely large migrations. If a migration was large and the source files were still in use by users, then by the time you migrate the data there will be new versions of some files at the source. In the past, we recommended to split up migrations into manageable chunks and to enforce a ‘freeze’ on the source during the migration.
Google Drive Migration Prior to releasing Nava Certus in June/July this year, we conducted a study of the cloud storage and data migration market in an effort to determine our pricing strategy. This was not an easy task since there weren’t (and still aren’t) that many commercially available tools for migrating data to cloud storage and specifically to Google Drive. Still, we were able to get an understanding of the market and as a result set the introductory price to $4.