GREENVILLE, SC--(Marketwired - Sep 18, 2014) - Condrey Corporation announced today the immediate availability of Galileo 2.5, a significant update to its popular enterprise reporting product for Microsoft networks. Highlighting the new features set is the introduction of Custom Query reports which expands the file system and security analysis reporting of Galileo with reports generated according to very detailed SQL-based search parameters in the database.

"From the time we first introduced Galileo, the extensive file storage and security reporting delivered through the built-in reports, have made the product an essential component for customers who need to address their data growth and security challenges," remarked Condrey Corporation CEO David Condrey. "Now with Custom Query reports, administrators can directly access the database and build reports using customized parameters not available in the built-in reports," added Condrey. 

Additional new features include client tools enabling report design and access from a workstation, and some remarkable analysis tools including a file system heat map and pivot table.

Through integration with Microsoft Active Directory, Galileo automatically analyzes and gathers extensive information pertaining to the terabytes of data being stored throughout an enterprise network. Galileo then reports on the data being stored and its associated security, according to the reporting parameters, filters, or queries you set. This reporting capability allows network administrators to drill-down and scrutinize individual files, and determine the best means of addressing their organization's unstructured data.

Galileo is priced according to user count. For a price quote, contact

About Condrey Corporation
Condrey Corporation develops identity-based software that solves network challenges pertaining to data management and access. A variety of products developed for the Microsoft Windows, Linux, Mac, and Novell network platforms automate data management tasks and expand network access capabilities, while dramatically reducing management costs.

Galileo is a trademark of Condrey Corp. in the United States and/or other countries. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

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