FileCloud Empowers Government Agencies with Customizable EFSS on AWS GovCloud (U.S.) Region
FileCloud, a cloud-agnostic Enterprise File Sharing and Sync platform, today announced availability on AWS GovCloud (U.S.) Region. FileCloud is one of the first full-featured enterprise file sharing and sync solutions available on AWS GovCloud (U.S.), offering advanced file sharing, synchronization across OSs and endpoint backup. With this new offering, customers will experience the control, flexibility and privacy of FileCloud, as well as the scalability, security and reliability of Amazon Web Services (AWS). This solution allows federal, state and city agencies to run their own customized file sharing, sync and backup solutions on AWS GovCloud (U.S.).
“Having FileCloud available on AWS GovCloud (U.S.) provides the control, flexibility, data separation and customization of FileCloud at the same time as the scalability and resiliency of AWS,” said Madhan Kanagavel, CEO of FileCloud. “With these solutions, government agencies can create their own enterprise file service platform that offers total control.”
Government agency and defense contractors are required to adhere to strict government regulations, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). AWS GovCloud (U.S.) is designed specifically for government agencies to meet these requirements.
By using FileCloud and AWS GovCloud (U.S.), agencies can create their own branded file sharing, sync and backup solution, customized with their logo and running under their URL. FileCloud on AWS GovCloud offers the required compliance and reliability and delivers options that allow customers to pick tailored cloud solutions. FileCloud is a cloud-agnostic solution that works on-premises or on the cloud.
“FileCloud allows us to set up a secure file service, on servers that meet our clients’ security requirements,” said Ryan Stevenson, Designer at defense contractor McCormmick Stevenson. “The easy-to-use interfaces and extensive support resources allowed us to customize who can access what files, inside or outside our organization.”