Bluescape caps introduces new flexible cloud architecture drive

Bluescape releases new flexible architecture drives with increased security and hosting improvising product enabling collaborative workflows beyond online whiteboarding.

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Bluescape, launched new product enhancements and a new flexible cloud architecture. New integrations with Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex, and Zoom provide distributed teams with a collaborative canvas for meetings, brainstorms, and presentations that enable a more interactive and connected experience for remote workers.

The collaborative canvas takes teams beyond basic online white boarding into an experience where every user has an equitable experience creating and sharing work, whether in the office or working remotely. New video upload and synchronized playback functionality highlight Bluescape’s commitment to creating a virtual meeting place and repository for the critical work that hybrid workforces need to perform effectively.

The new flexible cloud architecture allows customers and partners to deploy Bluescape in the cloud environment of their choice. The architecture supports modern cloud platforms including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure. Whether data is stored in a Bluescape managed cloud, one provided by a service provider, or in an on-premise environment, the new flexible cloud offers enterprises deployment flexibility and the ability to customize and manage their Bluescape instances based on their unique security strategies and policies.

Peter Jackson, CEO, Bluescape said: “2020 has been our most commercially successful year by far. The nature of work continues to change, and it’s more important than ever to meet customers wherever they are in their cloud journey. As technology operations become an automated software discipline, our new collaborative canvas and flexible cloud architecture will make it even easier for large enterprises and federal agencies to provide their workforce with virtual tools that meet their collaboration, security and infrastructure needs in real-time.”

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