Enterprise File Sync and Share
Get data where—and only where—it needs to be.
In the simplest terms, file sync is the replication of a file change made on a user's device to one or more users and/or their respective devices. Seems simple, right? But because these files frequently change, keeping devices and users armed with the latest version can be a challenge. And with users secretly (and sometimes not so secretly) delivering these business files to others using consumer-based tools—ones that lack necessary enterprise data security safeguards—mission-critical business information is put at risk.
But enterprises shouldn’t have to decide between data security and ease-of-use when it comes to file sync and share. Those are requirements for any enterprise application. What you need is enterprise file sync and share that is both flexible (giving enterprises a wealth of choice) and enterprise-ready.
With SharePlan™, you get both. You can give employees the intuitive file sync and share capabilities they demand while ensuring your corporate information is actively managed and controlled appropriately.
Work with others in the creation and editing of content
Keep files up-to-date on all devices, so users can work anytime, anywhere and on any device
Provide users a secure, easy-to-use alternative to consumer-grade, rogue applications for file sync and share
Sync and share from Mac, PC, Android and iOS devices while enjoying a consistent user experience across platforms and device types.
In-Place File Sync
Enjoy Finder and Windows Explorer integrations that let users work the way they want, without having to move or copy files to a separate folder for syncing and sharing.
Silent, Real-Time File Synchronization
Keeps synced and shared files up-to-date by transmitting data as soon as a change is detected.
Truly Unlimited Syncing and Sharing
Unlimited really means unlimited. No limits on storage. No limits on file size. No kidding.
End-to-End Data Security
Utilizes proven CrashPlan technology to automatically secure data via AES 256-bit encryption before it leaves the device, and keeps it encrypted during transit and at rest. Two-factor authentication also supported.
User access rights can be assigned based on read-only, read/write and admin privileges for shared files and folders.