NanoSessions: Bringing the Best of the Cloud to Locally Hosted DMS

 

 

 

Not everything is in the cloud. In fact, businesses that handle sensitive data such as financial records, medical records, and travel documents must maintain higher network security than ever before. That’s sent these businesses off the cloud and back to on-site hosting for their digital display management systems. Until now.

NanoLumens just launched a locally-hosted version of its AWARE digital display management system. Its development was inspired by NanoLumens customers who’d asked for a one-to-one version for local hosting.

“We’ve been asked a few times from clients ‘hey is there a locally hosted version of this?’,” said Brice McPheeters, Director of Product Line Management and Customer Service, our guest on this new episode of NanoSessions, a NanoLumens podcast. “We made sure we created a true one to one interface. The exact way you interact with the cloud version was one to one with what we reproduced in the locally hosted version.”

McPheeters says ease of use is important because digital is everywhere and used by everybody. It’s not just integrators or AV professionals using display management systems.

“Everyone throws that term around but we’ve actually gone head to head with our competitors,” he said. “We’re just extremely easy to use as an operator, IT manager, or anyone who’s having to educate new users.”

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