Hightail recognizes the significant investment enterprises have made in on-premise storage solutions, and unlike many of its competitors, the company doesn't think you should have to replace your current system to take advantage of the cloud. With 97 percent of businesses interested in hybrid cloud solutions*, Hightail wants to enable their users to access their content no matter where it is stored: in the cloud, on-premise or in an online repository.
"Hightail shares our philosophy that the user should never be limited to one platform but instead work how and where they want to," said
The new partnership with SkySync and Mover will enable enterprises to connect to their storage provider of choice and leverage bi-directional syncing, migration and back-up abilities on nearly all on-premise and cloud-based storage services (e.g. SharePoint,
"Today's user is constantly on the move -- we need solutions that can operate at the same speed," said
By syncing content from internal repositories to Hightail, business users can utilize Hightail's control features such as passwords, expiration dates, tracking and read-receipts, when sharing with other users. With Hightail, users not only have the simplicity, but also the controls and security that are necessary when collaborating with users outside the company firewall.
"Security and the user experience are the top concerns for CIOs and CTOs looking to leverage the cloud," said
To get access this great new capability, please contact Hightail.
Hightail helps 45 million professionals around the world securely share and control files from anywhere.
Think of Mover as an online version of FedEx: one point of contact, pre-negotiated transport, and your files are securely moved from point A to point B. For more information please visit our website at: https://mover.io.
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