New Features Help Companies Securely Manage Local and Cloud-Based
File Servers for Hybrid Deployments
The new Soonr Workplace Desktop Agents now allow external folders on local servers or network drives to be synced with the Soonr service, enabling users to integrate their Soonr cloud storage with their legacy on-premise server environment. Project folders can be located anywhere on a local drive, external drive, Windows file server, or network attached storage device.
“Our clients have a need to reduce local file server loads by leveraging cloud-based storage, but on a selective basis,” said
Gartner research predicts that half of mainstream enterprises will have a hybrid cloud by 2017. In addition, IDC research indicates that hybrid cloud management will be a
“Increasingly, companies are looking to cloud services as a way to reduce server capacity and costs, and to provide end-users with mobile access to business documents,” said
Soonr is built for the enterprise in mind. In addition to being HIPAA compliant and SSAE-16 audited, Soonr Workplace offers robust cloud security features such as two-factor authentication (2FA), encryption on device, in-transit and in-session, download/copy prevention, and jurisdictional datacenters. For added security, the new Soonr Workplace Agents now include device approval capabilities that let administrators set policies to control which users and groups require device approvals, and also which may be exempt.
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