Why Vaultize?

Posted by Nick Kumes on November 9 2016

There are many document storage and file sharing vendors that claim to be “turn-key” but none of them combine security and customization as well as Vaultize. Vaultize enables enterprise customers to manage and protect their sensitive data down at a very granular level. Whether it’s end-to-end security features, advanced user access controls or administrative functionality, it’s the finer details that make Vaultize a holistic console.

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Topics: FTP, Compliance, Competition, Vaultize Solution, Vault KNOX, DRM, EFSS

How Vaultize Stacks Up Against Seclore in 9 Ways

Posted by Anand Kekre on June 11 2015

With the rise in regulation, privacy and confidentiality requirements, file security has become a major business requirement. Enterprise digital rights management (eDRM aka Enterprise Information Rights Management or IRM) forms a critical part of file security. Although enterprise rights management has been of immense value to CIO/CISO since last many years, the technology never really saw widespread corporate adoption and many enterprises have failed to implement it enterprise-wide because of the lack of end-user acceptance.

Enterprsie DRM implementation means a big investment for companies, not only financially, but also in terms of time, resources, disruption and the risk of failure. Hence it is not a type of investment that one can simply scrap if it doesn’t work out. As per the leading analyst Gartner, many organizations continue to misunderstand the enterprise rights management capabilities. With that in mind, here we compare Vaultize with Seclore on the basis of 9 key points to help organizations make the right decision. The first 6 points evaluate both the competitors on enterprise IT perspective and rest cover the end-user perspective – both being important in today’s world of consumerization and mobility.

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Topics: Digital Rights Management (DRM), Competition, file security, Seclore Alternative, Enterprise Rights Management, Seclore Competition, Seclore Review, Seclore Replacement

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, Enterprise File Sync & Share, Box

Why Box Enterprise Key Management (EKM) is Not Enough and Client-side Encryption is a Must for Complete Security

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on February 19 2015

There were better alternatives to Box Enterprise Key Management (EKM) like client-side encryption, but Box didn't choose any of them because that would mean curtailing their productivity functions. If there are better alternatives to data security, then that simply makes Box EKM a compromise. And security cannot be based on a compromise.
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Topics: Competition, Product, Features, Box

Comparing Citrix ShareFile and Vaultize – Leading Enterprise File Sync & Share (Part 5)

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on February 12 2015

In part 5 of the “Comparing Top 5 Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS)” series of posts, we compare Vaultize with Citrix ShareFile. Vaultize scores over ShareFile with its holistic approach towards information security, including built-in data loss prevention (endpoint encryption, automatic and remote wiping), data protection (endpoint backup and restore), information rights management (IRM/DRM), mobility management and multi-dimensional access control.

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Topics: Solutions, Competition, Product

Comparing Watchdox and Vaultize – Leading Enterprise File Sync & Share (Part 4)

Posted by Anand Kekre on January 22 2015

In part 4 of the “Comparing Top 5 Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS)” series of posts, we compare Vaultize with Watchdox. Vaultize scores over Watchdox with its holistic approach towards information security, including built-in data loss prevention (endpoint encryption, automatic and remote wiping), data protection (endpoint backup and restore), information rights management (IRM/DRM), mobility management and multi-dimensional access control.

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Topics: Solutions, Competition, Product, watchdox competitor, watchdox alternative

Comparing EMC Syncplicity and Vaultize – Leading Enterprise File Sync & Share (Part 3)

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on January 15 2015

In part 3 of the “Comparing Top 5 Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) and Mobile Collaboration Solutions” series of posts, we compare Vaultize with EMC Syncplicity. Vaultize scores over Syncplicity with it's information-centric approach (including integrated digital rights management) and built-in multi-dimensional access control, data protection and data loss prevention features.

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Topics: Solutions, Competition

Comparing Accellion and Vaultize – Leading Enterprise File Sync & Share (Part 2)

Posted by Anand Kekre on December 9 2014

Looking at the multi-billion dollar revenue opportunity, many vendors claiming to be Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS) providers have emerged. Most of them focus only on the end-user features but lack the enterprise security, controls and visibility required by businesses to ensure protection from data loss, security and compliance risks.

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Topics: Solutions, Competition, Product, Accellion Competitor, Accellion Alternative

Don’t Get Fooled by Sync-and-Share Workarounds

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on November 11 2014

Gartner, in its recently released Magic Quadrant for Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS), mentions that the EFSS market is maturing. Further, it classified the EFSS offerings into two broad types – Destinations and Extensions. A “Destination” offering is one that was built for the sole purpose of sync and sharing of corporate content. And, an “Extension” offering, as the label suggests, extends vendor’s existing solution with sync and share capabilities added.

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Topics: Solutions, Competition

Comparing Top 5 Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) and Mobile Collaboration Solutions (Part 1)

Posted by Anand Kekre on October 30 2014

Over the last few years smartphones and tablets have proliferated at record rate and across the world, enterprises are embracing this mobility, including Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) strategies that enable employee-owned devices for office work. The biggest use case for enterprise mobility has been to allow employees to access, edit, annotate and share corporate data from anywhere (even outside the corporate network) and from any device of their choice.

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Topics: Solutions, Competition, Product, Features

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