CLOUD FILE SHARING
AusCloud One for small to medium business and enterprise
AusCloud One provides an easy way for your business to share and sync important data across multiple platforms, while keeping security a top priority. The dashboard allows administrators to keep strict policies based on your organisation’s needs.
File Access from Anywhere
Keep all of your data, whether it is presentations, spreadsheets, pictures, or other important files with you wherever you go. Freedom to work from smart phones, tablets, desktops, the web and laptops. Anytime a file is updated, be assured, it will be updated across all of your devices for universal file access.
AusCloud One offers military grade, 448-Bit Blowfish, encryption. Data is encrypted both in transit and at rest in the cloud, with SSL to ensure secure data transfers. AusCloud One allows for two factor authentication for extra security measures.
Business Level Collaboration
It is easy to collaborate on files using Team Shares in AusCloud One. Multiple people can access and share a folder and its contents through phones, tablets, and machines. Anytime a file changes on your Team Share, everyone will get updated instantly on every device.
Share Files with Ease
Share files and folders with anyone, not just other AusCloud One users, with one click of the mouse. When sharing files with outside parties, you can add expiration dates, track downloads, and include messages. This feature is a great replacement for large email attachments and FTP.
Access Revisions & Deleted Files
AusCloud One keeps deleted and changed files. Easily download or restore deleted files or previous versions from as far back as you need. Revisions are a great way to go back in time.
AusCloud One’s Activity Log tracks when users add, delete, or change files. Know when colleagues have made changes to files in your shared folders, and restore previous versions or deleted files when need.
Protect your sensitive data! With AusCloud One, you can remotely wipe users’ endpoints with two clicks of the mouse. AusCloud One also allows wiping individual devices that are lost or stolen.
Cloud Enable Your File Server
AusCloud One allows remote access to your file server when working outside the office. AusCloud One maintains constant bi-direction sync with your local file server and the cloud, so changes made on the server will be synced to the cloud and vice versa. This can replace the need for unreliable and complex VPN and FTP.
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