CLOUD SYNCING AND SHARING
Cloud Syncing can use multiple servers in multiple locations to share and collaborate files while permitting users outside the corporate network to have controlled access to documents, either in the cloud or in a managed host environment. Create a highly secure corporate file sharing configuration without a WAN or file transfer protocols using eSync=Site
Let multiple locations, departments, divisions maintain files locally while having global access to remote server documents
Cloud syncing can assist in securing file access outside your network for vendors/contractors/customers
Create a collaboration site allowing secure access to files without opening up your network
Install in your company's DMZ, on a private cloud, or use eQuorum’s Engine-Box.com
Provide mobile device access without permissioning into your network
Establish an archive or disaster recover site that is automatically synced
ImageSite is offered as a Cloud-based solution, either in a Private Cloud or using Engine-box.com. No software or mobile apps are required, simply use the browser on your tablet, laptop, or smartphone. All communications are encrypted to secure file image sharing and downloads. Syncing is automatic for files so designated; simply drop a file in the applicable folder and it’s synced to other permissioned locations, either with or without actual file transfer.
Cloud syncing and sharing promotes project collaboration, letting users in different departments and different locations access files simultaneously (real-time collaboration) with the assurance that all parties are using the most current files. For companies without a wide area network (WAN), synching makes the distribution and sharing of files easy between separate divisions, departments, and locations.
To The Cloud or Not To The Cloud
Moving your document management to a cloud-based solution is not a straight-forward decision, there are benefits and disadvantages. We look at the current state of document management software and how to think through the process of moving to the cloud.