Sharefile for enterprise
A Named Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Enterprise File Sync and Sharing
ShareFile Enterprise data services deliver secure file-sync and sharing across all corporate and personal devices, so your team stays securely connected to their work and their colleagues, wherever they are.
And unlike consumer-style services, ShareFile provides IT with flexible storage options, so you can keep your data on premises or in the cloud — or both. Highly granular security settings help you address corporate data policies and unique compliance requirements.
Simple to implement and manage. Easy to build into existing infrastructure. Critical to meeting security regulations and privacy policies. There’s nothing cute and fluffy about this cloud.
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ShareFile StorageZones offer best-in-class storage options for the enterprise. You can choose where data is stored — on premises, in the cloud or a combination of both — to meet your organization’s specific requirements for data sovereignty, compliance, performance and cost. For advanced data protection, you can even encrypt data with your own encryption keys. We help you build the most cost-effective and customized solution for your organization — there’s no one-size-fits-all here.
Single Point of Access
Advanced security features let you control how sensitive data is stored, accessed and shared, with remote wipe, device lock, passcode protection, white/black listings, data expiration options and more. You can even track and log activity in real time and create custom reports for compliance needs. As it integrates with popular data loss prevention (DLP) systems to restrict document sharing based on the file’s DLP classification, ShareFile is ideal for highly-regulated industries. ShareFile was purpose-built to support business security requirements, and it shows.
ShareFile helps you tackle industry-specific regulations, such as archiving requirements for the financial industry, privacy protections for patient health information, and real-time access to critical data for energy companies — all while empowering employees and simplifying IT with bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies.