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StoragePoint's WebSAN Delivers Wireless Access to Storage

StoragePoint released a software package that allows access to storage from users' wireless devices or VPNs.

WebSAN is a solution that connects remote offices, mobile workers, and telecommuters to corporate storage assets. WebSAN works with both in-house and outsourced data centers. Users can access their virtual disk for storing, sharing, and accessing folders through a Web browser on any device with an Internet connection.

Contact StoragePoint, (858) 676-3900, www.storagepoint.com.

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