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Condrey Corporation Introduces Senergy Along With Senergy Pak for Education

New Data Management Framework Automates Creation of SharePoint Online Virtual Classrooms

HOUSTON, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 05/13/14 -- Condrey Corporation announced today, at the Microsoft TechEd North America conference, the upcoming release of Senergy 4.0 -- including a new framework for managing data across systems through platform-specific Senergy Paks, the first of which being the Senergy Pak for Education that automatically creates virtual classrooms in Office 365 SharePoint Online for K-12 and higher education organizations.

John Sellgren, Director of Information Services at Hurst Euless Bedford Independent School District, got an early look at the Synergy Pak for Education and was impressed with its ability to automatically provision SharePoint Online class site collections. "This product is exactly what we need to get the hundreds of classes in our district provisioned for SharePoint Online class sites," Sellgren remarked. "This is a fantastic offering for our students and faculty. We can't wait to get this deployed and offered in the upcoming school year."

Formerly known as "File System Factory," Senergy was renamed to signify the expansion beyond the product's Microsoft network file system automation and management capabilities that targets on-premises servers and storage. The addition of data management and automation of SharePoint Online through Microsoft Office 365 is just the first many additional platforms that Condrey Corporation plans to support in the future with Senergy.

Like all Condrey Corporation products, Senergy is engineered to automate and secure what are traditionally labor-intensive tasks, by leveraging identity information stored in Microsoft Active Directory. Senergy does this using a policy and event-driven engine that is integrated with the network.

With the Senergy Pak for Education, as a group object pertaining to a class is created in Active Directory on premises, Senergy automatically provisions the associated SharePoint Online virtual classroom in Office 365. The virtual classroom connects the teachers and students, enabling teachers to hand out assignments, post to the class calendar, receive turned-in homework securely, post resources, and lead online discussions. Students can securely retrieve and turn in assignments, participate in online discussions, access resources, and more. Additionally, each student is automatically linked to all of his or her SharePoint Online virtual classrooms on the student's My Site in SharePoint Online.


Senergy and the separately-priced Senergy Pak for Education are licensed according to the number of managed users. For a price quote, contact [email protected].

About Condrey Corporation

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

Senergy 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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