Yamaha replaced Dropbox with Egnyte to manage and secure content within its AWS environment, giving central control and greater visibility to IT administration.
Yamaha Modernizes Its File Systems to Prevent Data Loss
Securing irreplaceable performances and key business content drives IT transformation
Relying on an aging IT infrastructure that included on-premise servers, a consumer cloud-storage solution in Dropbox to share content, and physically mailing portable hard drives to preserve and share 50 years of irreplaceable performances and artists’ information, Yamaha Corporation of America was putting its business at risk. While there was an IT recommendation for users on how and who should access the data, IT had no way to check if policies were being followed and, if they weren’t, no way to enforce them.
After testing multiple cloud-based solutions, Yamaha selected Egnyte to manage and secure content within its AWS environment, giving central control and greater visibility to IT administration. The company now has the modern solution to manage, share and secure its musical legacy while keeping business moving forward.
- Centralized visibility into, and discoverability of, content.
- Increased security and backup of irreplaceable multimedia content.
- Replaced Dropbox with Egnyte to support its enterprise requirements for content services.
Established in 1960 as Yamaha International Corporation, Yamaha Corporation of America (YCA) offers a full line of musical instruments and audio/visual products to the U.S. market. In addition, Yamaha Artists Services (YAS) provides a wide range of professional services exclusively designed for performing artists, concert venues, performing arts organizations, and educational institutions at facilities around the U.S.
US Headquarters: Buena Park, CA (Orange County)
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