August 22, 2014

Vaultize Integrates Enterprise Mobility Management into its File Sharing Platform

blue expanded arrowsEnterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) leader Vaultize has announced the launch of the new incarnation of its file sharing and anywhere access platform with integrated Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) features with an enhanced, mobile-centric approach to the user experience.

Vaultize is the first EFSS vendor to fully integrate EMM into a single offering, giving enterprises complete control and visibility over sensitive corporate data regardless of the device used for accessing and sharing. The new tool includes Mobile Device Management (MDM) features such as remote wipe, data containerization, storage and network encryption, PIN protection and white-listing of apps for mitigation of security and protection concerns with BYOD. Vaultize goes further to facilitate Mobile Content Management (MCM) through access rights and allows corporate IT to prevent data loss, security and compliance breaches by controlling what users can do with corporate data on their mobile devices using natively built-in document editor.

The new Vaultize apps for iOS and Android have a built-in editor for Microsoft Office documents and PDF annotation.  Enterprise IT can have granular control over copy-paste, sharing or opening in third-party mobile applications, printing and emailing. This has been made possible through policy driven control over the mobile apps and its built-in document editor. All this combined with the already built-in and mobile data containerization technology ensures that data remains secure source-to-destination and cradle-to-grave. Containerization also allows IT to wipe data remotely, or automatically, based on various policies.

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Joshua Bjerke, from Savannah, Georgia, focuses on articles involving the labor force, economy, and HR topics including new technology and workplace news. Joshua has a B.A. in Political Science with a Minor in International Studies and is currently pursuing his M.A. in International Security.