Sharing resources among Windows systems and Unix/Linux based systems has been a challenge among the users of both systems.
After careful research, review and testing, Javvin Technologies Inc presents the award winning DiskShare and DiskAccess product suites of SSC to address such challenges.
DiskAccess and DiskShare, based on NFS, are designed for Windows clients to access Unix/Linux systems’ resources and vise versa. These award winning products are proven to have high performances compared with competitive products, especially CIFS based SAMBA, a popular open source tool.
DiskShare and DiskAccess have rich and powerful features for users to handle complicated situations in a network with multiple operating systems and multi-vendor products, which in result increase the utilization of existing network resources and bring higher return of investment to the bottom line of businesses.
The easy to use interfaces of both DiskShare and DiskAccess allow users to master the tool within minutes, which saves user’s valuable time and increase productivities.
DiskShare is the enterprise class Windows NFS Server and Gateway which allows Windows NT/2000/2003/XP-Pro workstations and servers to perform as NFS servers, so you can share files and printers among UNIX workstations, PCs, or other NFS-based clients. Excelling in speed and integration, DiskShare provides you unequaled ease, security, and performance. DiskShare has many features that make it easy-to-use — including icons, object-oriented menus, and online help. It’s the only server product on the market that provides NFS sharing directly from Windows My Computer, File Manager, or Explorer interfaces.
More information regarding DiskShare can be found at the Javvin web site: http://www.javvin.com/diskshare.html
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