Nine reasons vaultize is the right data security and drm platform for you

Posted by Camden Swita on November 18 2016

Information is proliferating at mindboggling rates in modern enterprises. A decade back, what was limited to file servers, NAS, enterprise content management (ECM) repositories and desktops is moving out of corporate network to laptops, smartphones and tablets. Hence, traditional endpoint backup solutions that were designed for on-premise laptop and desktop backup are inadequate for the needs of today's mobile. BYOD (bring your own device) enterprise. It's important to equip your team with the proper tools and find the right partner in order to stay secure in such an environment.

Vaultize is designed as a scalable cloud-architected enterprise platform for secure file sharing, anywhere access and mobile collaboration with built-in continuous data protection, digital rights management (DRM) and mobile content management (MCM). It’s built from the ground up with enterprise control and unmatched end-to-end security to protect your data without hampering the end-user productivity even when the users are roaming beyond the corporate perimeter.

Vaultize is the only enterprise file sync & share (EFSS) and mobile collaboration vendor in the world that provides full-featured endpoint data protection through policy-based endpoint backup, endpoint encryption and remote wiping.

There are many reasons why our partners chose us and have stuck with Vaultize to solve their data security needs. Foremost among them is that fact that Vaultize leapfrogs other enterprise endpoint backup solutions in terms of quality and well-roundedness. It’s the obvious choice of enterprise IT for endpoint data protection.

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Topics: Outlook, Partners, EFSS Solution Comparison, Vault KNOX, encryption, Data Privacy, DRM, EFSS

Will Safe Harbor Ruling Increase On-premise and Private Cloud Deployments?

Posted by Anand Kekre on October 27 2015

What is Safe Harbor? It is the policy agreement established between the United States Department of Commerce and the European Union (E.U.) in November 2000 to regulate the way that U.S. companies export and handle the personal data (such as names and addresses) of European citizens.

Earlier this month, Court of Justice of the European Union declared that the US Safe Harbor is invalid, directly affecting the European companies that use services of public cloud vendors. It was an eye opener for other geographies as well.

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Topics: enterprise file sharing, enterprise digital rights management, encryption, safe harbor, Data Soverignity, Data Privacy, private cloud, on-premise cloud, regulatory compliance, data breach, data leakage

Safe Harbor, Privacy and Sovereignty Elements in Enterprise File Sharing

Posted by Anand Kekre on October 20 2015

Consumerization of information technology and enterprise mobility have given rise to end-users’ demand for anywhere, anytime access to corporate data. While ignoring such requests is turning out to be risky for enterprise IT because of Shadow-IT, many businesses have implemented enterprise file sharing (Enterprise File Sync and Share – EFSS) solutions as an alternative to Dropbox.

But just implementing a secure enterprise file sharing solution is not the end to the IT decision makers’ woes. Recently the Court of Justice of the European Union declared that the US Safe Harbor is invalid, directly affecting the companies in European countries that use public cloud file sharing vendors. It was an eye opener for other geographies as well.

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Topics: Mobile Content Management (MCM), file security, enterprise file sharing, Enterprise File Sync & Share, Dropbox Alternative, endpoint encryption, enterprise digital rights management, Data Privacy Option (DPO), Access Control, encryption, safe harbor, Data Soverignity, Data Privacy, Deployment Flexibility, Key Management

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