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Laces Data Platform

Store data as a cohesive whole in the cloud and share it with whomever you want. Data managers determine who has access under what conditions.

Manage well versioned data centrally

Keep your data safe and secure in your cloud

Use an Open Standard to organize any connection

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Current situation

The desire to make all or part of your data available to others to use in their own applications is evident. But data is often “locked up” in specific software. You also want to be “in control” of who has access to what data and under what conditions.

Consequence: distributing your data leads to high investments, takes a lot of time and is often very difficult to automate.

Desired situation

“Orchestrate your ecosystem”

Making information available as Linked Data to others is accessible, secure and perfectly manageable. You decide who, under what conditions has access to what data. As Linked Data is an open standard, others can easily use it and you are less tied to specific software vendors.

Public Hub or Private Hub?

With the Laces applications you publish information as Linked Data on LacesHub. This can be done in a public environment (Public Hub) of Laces itself or in a protected environment (Private Hub) with its own web address (URL).

In the event that Laces Suite is purchased as an Enterprise license, you have all the options for managing management and usage rights on the publications.

From whom

With the LacesHub data managers have a platform in their hands that is easy to use. No programmers come into play here (anymore).

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