Previously, many organisations have made operational decisions about how they store and share data based on technology. Solutions like Dropbox or Office 365, for example, are known and attainable and have been used to address short-term demand. But are they really business appropriate? Do they offer the safety and compliance features business should demand? Do they ensure you know where your data is, who is accessing it and what they are doing with it?
Based on a centralised data storage model, our business-ready file hosting solution gives users complete control over their important data, including where it is, how it’s protected and how it’s accessed. With this control, business decision makers can develop data management policies that support business imperatives, not technology.
The security and safety of our customers’ data takes priority. Our solution is built around robust security features, applied best practices governed by policy.
All data is encrypted on the customer’s equipment before it departs, and is only ever decrypted once back on their equipment during a restore. Only the customer has the encryption keys. The encrypted data is encrypted a second time during transmission to our storage equipment.
Because our file hosting solution is based on a centralised data storage model, controlling access to you data becomes much easier. Firstly, a simple user interface enables users to access the data they need with the least amount of effort. Secondly, the introduction of new applications that call on your data is more straightforward and reduces the risk of data silos and fragmentation.
Our file hosting solution supports compliance, providing extensive data policy enforcement, encryption, user management and auditing capabilities.
In all instances, the data management solutions we provide are:
Based on a centralised storage approach, we have straightforward solutions to put you in control of your data and how you manage it. This enables you to have a Unified Data Access and Protection Strategy that brings best practice to match the value and importance of the data in your organisation: