FileCloud has earned 15 badges from G2 for their summer 2023 reports in the Enterprise Content Management and Cloud Content Collaboration categories.
Recently, FileCloud was named by G2 as among the top content management products for 2023. Now FileCloud is again proud to earn summer 2023 badges from G2. In total, FileCloud has earned 15 badges for this quarter. This achievement is based on fully validated G2 reviews, as well as data from G2’s unique Internet social listening […]
Recently, FileCloud was named by G2 as among the top content management products for 2023. Now FileCloud is again proud to earn summer 2023 badges from G2. In total, FileCloud has earned 15 badges for this quarter. This achievement is based on fully validated G2 reviews, as well as data from G2's unique Internet social listening algorithm.
In the Enterprise Content Management category, noteworthy badges FileCloud has earned are:
Though Cloud Content Collaboration has significant overlaps with the Enterprise Content Management category, it focuses more on integration and data storage provision capabilities for a wide variety of file types. Solutions in this category must also have the capacity to sync seamlessly across internal and external devices and facilitate fluid, large-scale content collaboration. In this category, FileCloud has earned the following badges:
FileCloud is one of the best cloud file storage solutions, with lots of useful features such as their Sync desktop applications to allow users to sync files on the go. Support has been great with quick response times and helpful engineers. – Business Owner
One thing that sets FileCloud apart from their competitors is their dedication to innovation. They are always on the cutting edge of new technologies and are constantly working to improve their products to better meet the needs of their customers. Whether it's through software updates or new hardware releases, I always feel like I'm getting the best possible product from them. – Automotive Industry User
Previously, we were using multiple file share platforms that required many individual accounts with separate storage fees. Not only did this cause an issue as far as consistency goes, but it also made it difficult to locate which files were where and there wasn't a central location to manage all files. FileCloud gives us the ability to do all this under one platform in one dashboard. – Senior Software Engineer
FileCloud's accelerating momentum can be explained to some extent by a growing awareness among enterprises that some commonly used cloud storage solutions do not fully address rigorous compliance and security requirements. FileCloud is constantly refining its product, adding new features, such as Zero Trust File SharingSM, with the aim of meeting demanding data security and compliance needs of enterprises.
This increased awareness of the need for enhanced security measures is due to a parallel increase in high-profile breaches of security. For example, Managed File Transfer (MFT) software has been the subject of major zero-day attacks by the Clop ransomware group in 2023. The most recent instance, a supply chain attack, has involved the exfiltration of highly sensitive information of millions of individuals through the exploitation of a SQL injection vulnerability. Victims are high-profile organizations in media, government, healthcare, and even regulatory bodies, among others.
FileCloud is constantly upgrading its security features to provide a fortress against such attacks. Its layers of protection include a heuristic scanning engine to detect ransomware and malware, antivirus scanning, the ability to set security policies on files, and encryption for data at rest and in transit. As testimonies on the G2 website have shown, FileCloud achieves all of this with minimal interference with usability and workflow.
Written by Deirdre Clancy, Technical Content and Communication Manager