Tranxtion Announces Cloud File System Support in Its User Persona API for Google Drive

Portland, OR (PRWEB) October 01, 2014

Tranxition Corporation, today announced cloud file system support in its User Persona API for Google Drive. The UP-API, in addition to standard file systems, now explicitly supports HTTPS and cloud systems. Additionally, to enable safe storage, the User Persona API now supports client-side AES-256 encryption and FIPS 140. This is the second cloud service Tranxition is announcing in addition to its previously launched support for Dropbox with more to follow.

Customers who implement the API will automatically inherit the ability to support storing Tranxition-encrypted user data on Google Drive. The User Persona API enables developer of Systems Management, Backup, Asset Management, Desktop-as-a-Service, and others to support capture and restore of user data in the system. This restoration capability is independent of the version of Windows or Office in use to the extent that users transition to a new one.

It goes without saying that supporting Googles infrastructure is an important step for Tranxition, said Kelly Mackin, Tranxitions founder. Providers that are looking to bridge the Windows environment with the rest of the web should find a lot of opportunity to do so with the User Persona API. We are quite excited about it.

About Tranxition Corporation

Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, privately-held Tranxition Corporation delivers best of breed software for user persona management. Our customers include Fortune 500 corporations, global businesses, government agencies, major IT service providers, healthcare organizations and universities. For more information, visit, phone toll-free (877) 688-1004 in the US and Canada, or (503) 688-5046 elsewhere. Brands and products referenced herein are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

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