Backup and Storage – Why is it Necessary For Enterprises?

FileCloud provides automatic backup of endpoint data across all devices and platforms. Not just this, it also automatically stores versions of files as they change and makes it easy to get back to a previous version. Besides, accidentally deleted files can also be recovered from the recycle bin, by the users or the administrators. Above all this, FileCloud also offers a FileCloud Backup Server, which backs up your entire FileCloud installation as a Disaster Recovery solution. This makes for hassle-free and easy restoration of the complete server data, including settings.

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Enterprise File Encryption and Protection

FileCloud also supports federal security standard FIPS 140-2. FileCloud protects data at rest and in transit using SSL and HTTPS-based security features and administrators have great control over the various settings of their data. Besides, AES-256 bit encryption is used at the storage level to ensure maximum security. Perhaps, this is why FileCloud received the Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice  Award for the second consecutive time.

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SharePoint Limitations – SharePoint 5000 Item Limit and More

This article talks about various SharePoint limitations which can be a challenge for enterprises using SharePoint. There are limits to how many files and folders you can view within team folders, limits on how many files and folders you can store, limits on number of files you can sync, and much more. All such SharePoint […]

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System Admin Guide to Continuous Integration

Continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment (CI/CD) have existed in the developer community for decades. Some organizations have involved their operations counterparts, but many haven’t. For most organizations, it’s imperative for their operations teams to become just as familiar with CI/CD tools and practices.

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FINRA Compliance with FileCloud

FINRA (the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) rules serve as a guideline for the financial industry, detailing the specific policies that its members must follow and the information they need to collect, maintain, and protect. FINRA enforces compliance with record-keeping rules, including SEC books, record rules applicable to broker-dealers, and Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (“MSRB”) record-keeping […]

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Best Practices for Secure File Transfer with FileCloud

FileCloud provides features for easy business file sharing with complete control over business data. Whether you are sharing sensitive documents, large files, legal or medical data, FileCloud gives you a secure document sharing solution.

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How Will GDPR Affect Security in Cloud Computing?

The regulation seems to have plugged the severe security concerns raised by citizens about how their data is being collected and managed by various organizations. In doing so, it has made the data privacy rights of the EU citizens as sacrosanct and gave them the right to know how their data is handled and also the power to get it deleted on choice.

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How to Satisfy Your Data Residency Requirements Using FileCloud?

Lack of physical control in the cloud brings a whole host of security concerns – data co-mingling, privileged user abuse, snapshots and backups, data deletion, data leakage, geographic regulatory requirements, cloud super-admins, and many more. FileCloud offers data residency options, allowing customers to select the region of their choice for storing and processing data. Offers […]

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What is e-Discovery? How FileCloud can Help Your e-Discovery Requirements?

93 percent of all documents in the world are created electronically, of which 70 percent never even go through a hard copy conversion. Organizations need better tools and software to get a better insight into their information. With e-Discovery, you can meet your e-discovery obligations quickly, cost-effectively, and defensibly. In addition to its e-discovery and […]

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Public Cloud vs Private Cloud vs Hybrid Cloud

The various operational challenges that the steadily gaining popularity of Cloud computing threw up ranged from security, privacy, performance, scalability, service models, and so on. In the quest to resolve these issues, Cloud computing has emerged stronger by evolving and rising to the challenges through innovative approaches. As a result, the Cloud mainly evolved into three different categories known as Public, Private, and Hybrid. Depending on the needs of each enterprise, they were free to choose the kind of Cloud model that suited them best. Cloud computing service providers have also backed each category with flexible costing models that now make it easier for enterprises wanting to move to the Cloud

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