|By PR Newswire||
|July 30, 2014 05:03 AM EDT||
NEW YORK and LONDON, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS) leader Vaultize (http://www.vaultize.com) today announced the launch of the new incarnation of its file sharing and anywhere access platform with integrated Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) features and with a sophisticated new user experience (UX) in line with today's need for a Mobile-centric approach to enterprise solutions.
Vaultize becomes the first EFSS vendor to fully integrate EMM - facilitating increased adoption of Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) even in highly regulated and security-conscious verticals. Vaultize now includes Mobile Device Management (MDM) features such as remote wipe, data containerization, storage and network encryption, PIN protection and white-listing of apps. It further facilitates Mobile Content Management (MCM) through access rights and by controlling what users can do with corporate data on their mobile devices using a natively built-in document editor.
MCM video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BNwXJNDAs0
"The newly upgraded platform has multifold benefits. It provides an easy and elegant mobile-first user experience through company managed as well as employee-owned BYOD devices, facilitating VPN-free remote access, sync and sharing of enterprise content on endpoints as well as enterprise content stores," said Ankur Panchbudhe, CTO and Co-founder of Vaultize. "Fully integrated MDM and MCM features mean that for remote access and sharing - which are prominent use cases for BYOD - our customers need not invest in any MDM."
"We have been using Vaultize for collaboration within and outside the company giving our people ability to access and share files irrespective of where they are and which device they are using. The integrated MCM with file sharing gives us peace of mind when it comes to security and data loss risks associated with workforce mobility," said Pragnesh Shah, CIO of Arvind Limited, one of the world's largest denim manufacturers with over 25,000 employees and revenue exceeding $1 Billion.
Vaultize provides enterprise file sharing, secure anywhere mobile access and mobile collaboration with MCM, data loss prevention (DLP) and data protection. It has a presence in over 50 countries - including the US, Europe, APAC and MENA, through a channel network consisting of resellers, distributors, system integrators and MSPs. Vaultize was awarded the prestigious "Most Innovative File Sharing Platform 2013" and "Product Innovation Leadership - Mobility Security 2014", both by Frost & Sullivan.
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