Vaultize Introduces Enterprise Digital Rights Management in its Virtual Data Room Solution

Posted by Anand Kekre on May 21 2015

We are today announcing the availability of Digital Rights Management (DRM, aka Information Rights Management or IRM) fully integrated with our Virtual Data Room (VDR) offering further strenghtning our leadership in Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS), mobile collaboration and VPN-free anywhere access.

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Topics: DLP, Digital Rights Management (DRM), Virtual Data Rooms (VDR), Announcements, Information Security

Why You Should Consider Dropbox Alternatives For Enterprise File Sharing

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on May 20 2015

There’s no denying the utility of Dropbox. It is used in more than 200 countries with support in 19 languages; more than 300,000 apps are supported by the Dropbox platform.

This is a big accomplishment, especially when you consider that less than a decade ago, only savvy college students and people in the tech community knew about Dropbox. 

The rise of Dropbox coincided with a boom in mobile computing and network accessibility. As laptop computers became lighter, faster and cheaper, a new wave of technology — smartphones and tablets — began to hit the market. The smartphone ushered in a new era of connectivity. Now, people didn’t need to dig a laptop out of their bag and log into Wi-Fi to stay connected; they’d simply take a smartphone from their pocket and have a world of information at their fingertips.

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5 Must-Have Features In An Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS) Platform

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on May 19 2015

People flock to Dropbox (often without IT’s permission) because it’s familiar and easy to use. While end users are happy to use Dropbox for enterprise file sharing, that’s not usually the case for IT teams dedicated to enterprise file security. 

As more users rely on multiple devices to access and share enterprise files from outside the corporate network, having a secure, reliable enterprise file sync & share (EFSS) platform is essential to maintain access control and enterprise file security.

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The Biggest Enterprise File Security Flaws Of Dropbox For Business And Google Drive

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on May 14 2015

Dropbox and Google Drive are household names. Everyone knows these applications as user-friendly file sharing solutions, but they’re the wrong choice for enterprises.

As consumer-grade services, they don’t provide the access controls, security features and flexible deployment options of an enterprise-grade file sharing solution. 

Think of a baker that puts on a business suit. Just because he’s wearing the right clothes doesn’t make him qualified to manage a hedge fund.

Dropbox for Business is like that baker. While it markets security features, including remote data wiping, audit trails and strong encryption, at its core Dropbox is still just a retrofitted consumer-grade solution, not an enterprise tool built from the ground up for secure file sharing.

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Amazon Web Services Recognizes Vaultize as Technology Partner of the Year

Posted by Sameer Vitkar on May 13 2015

Amazon Web Services (AWS) bestowed the "Rookie Technology Partner of the year" award to Vaultize in AWS Annual Partner Summit 2015.

This award recognizes our leadership in creating a secure enterprise platform for file sync-n-share (EFSS), VPN-free anywhere access and mobile collaboration together with digital rights management (DRM), mobile content management and endpoint backup. This is all with a consumer-like user experience for improved productivity at the same time providing end-to-end security of corporate data through administrative controls.

Vaultize public cloud (“Vaultize as a Service”) is hosted on AWS and leverages all next-generation capabilities of the cloud platform with a deep technology integration.

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Topics: Partners, Announcements

Comparing Box and Vaultize – Leading Enterprise File Sync & Share

Posted by Anand Kekre on May 12 2015

File sharing and collaboration have become integral part of enterprise end-users’ daily workflows. They need to share files selectively and securely within the organization with colleagues as well as with the outside world. Also, in today’s world of mobility, everyone wants to stay productive all the time and hence the need of accessing corporate data from any device (both company-managed and employee-owned) and from anywhere (within and beyond the corporate network) has become priority for businesses.

With this change in business requirement, Enterprise IT is facing multifold challenges to mitigate security and data loss challenges. In this whitepaper, we are comparing Box and Vaultize through comparison points mainly from an enterprise IT perspective.

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Topics: Competition

Information-centric Security – Thinking Beyond Traditional Perimeter-based Security

Posted by Anand Kekre on April 30 2015

Over a period of time, companies have heavily invested into security products including firewalls, anti-spam and intrusion prevention/detection that protect the corporate network (call it, corporate perimeter). This approach to information security is not enough in today’s world of consumerization, mobility and BYOD where data is being increasingly used from devices that are outside the corporate perimeter. Hence the practice of protecting corporate data through network and perimeter-based security measures is now being seen as ineffective in the light of security breaches and company data leaks in the recent past. 

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Topics: Mobility, Digital Rights Management (DRM), Information Security, Mobility (EMM), Thought Leadership

3 Essentials For Seamless, Secure Enterprise Content Management In A World Of Mobility

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on April 28 2015

Enterprises have invested heavily into enterprise content management (ECM) solutions. 

ECM facilitates a means for users to share and collaborate on enterprise files, and for IT departments to store and control corporate content while managing compliance requirements.

To meet workforce productivity demands in the current mobility world, enterprises must increasingly offer anytime, anywhere, any device access to corporate files stored in these ECMs. 

What’s the best way to provide file-sharing flexibility without compromising on enterprise file security? Here are three essentials for seamless, secure enterprise content management in a mobile-friendly environment.

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Importance of Digital Rights Management (DRM) in the Era of Enterprise Mobility – Thinking Beyond EMM

Posted by Anand Kekre on April 23 2015

Earlier, company-owned devices represented the majority of endpoints but over last few years the enterprise mobility trend has picked up. In the coming years, it is expected that there will be far more mobile devices (including bring-your-own-device (BYOD)) than laptops/desktops accessing and sharing the corporate data as a normal workflow (and even beyond corporate firewalls).

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Enterprise Mobility 101: Keys To Secure Sharing And Collaboration

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on April 21 2015

How can IT departments provide the flexibility and anywhere file access end users demand, while still maintaining robust and secure enterprise file sharing?

Consider this: When a file itself is secure, it’s safe wherever it’s located.

File sharing policies should apply to data irrespective of where it’s being accessed. Whether it’s accessed from a company laptop or an end user’s personal smartphone, if the data is protected (as opposed to the device) then it’s going to remain secure.

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