Company Profile : DataPeer Inc. Page 2
DataPeer is helping to streamline communications
In today's companies enabling streamlined communications and immediate access to company information has become a significant challenge. According to Kuritsky, most companies depend on e-mail and FTP to connect their employees, tying up servers and straining infrastructure. "As data becomes more complex and the need to communicate and share information more critical, traditional methods are becoming too costly and inefficient," says Kuritsky.
DataPeer is helping to solve this problem with its Virtual File Cabinet 2.0 (VFC 2.0). According to Koifman, the product enables users to remotely store, manage, and retrieve data from any location, at any time, and in any format. "VFC extends the reach of LAN/WAN-like file sharing capabilities to the Internet - facilitating secure and efficient file sharing and collaboration between employees, as well as local and global partners, suppliers, and customers," explains Koifman.
The man behind the company
Michael Kofman, founder and CEO of DataPeer, has spent his entire career in fiber optics, data transmissions, and satellite communications. He is the author of numerous technological papers related to satellite and fiber optical data transmission and was granted a patent for a satellite digital broadcasting and high-definition video receiving system which was sold to a major corporation in 1993.
Technological Research: DataPeer's Pedigree
"We always hold our client's hands and offer a total life cycle of services and products," says Kuritsky. After-all, according to Kuritsky the company's pedigree is technological research. And, like most companies forging ahead in the ever-changing world of information technology, DataPeer has received more than its share of kudos from its clients. But, the folks at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston summed it up in a nut shell when they said: "You guys rock! Much appreciated."
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DataPeer, Inc. is a privately held corporation