Console Launches Enterprise Cloud Access Service

May 17, 2016

By Casey Houser - Contributing Writer

Enterprise software developer Console recently announced that it has launched a preview version of its first application for private Internet access.

The new Console first allows companies to reach their cloud services on Amazon, Google, and Microsoft (News - Alert) clouds; it then provides additional networking capabilities to users so they can communicate with one another and send files privately through secure company networks. Console’s partnerships with various cloud service providers and network-supplying enterprises and networking companies gives it the leverage necessary to promise secure, reliable connections for its own clients. Al Burgio, the CEO of Console, said this helps clients eliminate uncertainty from their daily operations.

“Finding a better way to interconnect workloads, applications, and data is essential in the digital era,” Burgio said. “Console’s unique technology, along with our global network, enables enterprises to avoid any uncertainty over public Internet connectivity, reassuring them of their investment in the cloud and security of business-critical data.”

Console noted that these functions come to users as easily as social networking. Users are expected to communicate and share files from end to end without worrying about how the make their next move. The user interface means to be simple enough for any employee to operate yet secure enough to protect the business secrets that may travel from one individual to another.

Q9 joined forces with Console this year, which marks one of the many partnerships previously referenced here. The Console software now works within Q9’s cloud-based data centers. Q9 offers a number of colocation and secure networking services to its own clients, and those clients can now expect to receive even stronger connectivity by taking advantage of Console’s global base of more than 160 points of presence.

Console has so far only released this latest software to a select group of clients. The company expects to make it generally available in June 2016, to the delight of any companies waiting in the wings.

Edited by Maurice Nagle