Free FileCloud for Dropbox Business or Box customers who are ready to switch AUSTIN, TEXAS – Dec 10, 2015 – CodeLathe, a leading provider of Enterprise File Sharing and Sync platform, launched a customer acquisition campaign today—“Drop the Boxes”—that offers Free FileCloud for Dropbox Business or Box.net customers with an existing Enterprise Agreement. With FileCloud, […]
Free FileCloud for Dropbox Business or Box customers who are ready to switch
AUSTIN, TEXAS – Dec 10, 2015 - CodeLathe, a leading provider of Enterprise File Sharing and Sync platform, launched a customer acquisition campaign today—“Drop the Boxes”—that offers Free FileCloud for Dropbox Business or Box.net customers with an existing Enterprise Agreement. With FileCloud, Businesses get complete control of enterprise data, total security, custom branding, easy integration and exceptional ROI when compared to public SaaS file sharing products like Box and Dropbox Business.
FileCloud empowers corporate IT departments and managed service providers allow businesses to create their own secure file sharing and sync platforms. Since FileCloud is a pure-play software solution, businesses can choose to deploy it on premise or on public cloud IaaS services, depending on their needs.
“FileCloud is undoubtedly one of the powerful file sharing platforms available today. It has all the features required by security conscious enterprises. We are making it easier for businesses to switch to FileCloud by offering it free for a year. We welcome businesses to make use of our offer that can save thousands of dollars every year,” says Venkat Ramasamy, COO of CodeLathe.
The important differentiators between FileCloud and the other file sharing and sync solutions include: the ability to self-host on-premise or on the cloud; custom branding and easy integration capabilities with existing enterprise systems; and its unique data security implementation that monitors and fixes data leakage, which is a critical component for clients in the financial, government, research and health sectors.
“Running Dropbox Business or Box could be an expensive proposition for CIOs and IT managers. For example, 1000 user licenses from Dropbox Business or Box costs approximately $180K per year. With a proper cost-benefit analysis, IT managers can easily find out that ROI can be improved by switching to FileCloud, which costs less than $25K per year for 1000 users,” says Madhan Kanagavel, CEO of CodeLathe.
Global 2000 companies trust FileCloud across all industries in 65 countries around the world. NASA, Mentor Graphics, Max Planck Florida Research Institute, Millersville University, Sanderson Farms, Andrapradesh Government and Salvation Army are few of the most notable FileCloud customers.
Pricing for FileCloud starts at US$999/year for 20 licenses. Additional user licenses cost just US$25 per user per year.
For more information on “Drop the Boxes” Campaign please visit, https://www.filecloud.com/drop-the-boxes or call 1-888-571-6480.