Security Recommendations, Part 2: Encryption at Rest

Continuing our 2022 Security Recommendations series, in this post, we will discuss why it’s important to use encryption at rest in all your devices. What is Encryption at Rest? In simple words, encryption at rest is the process of securely saving all your files on your devices. This typically means that the files stored on […]

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Competitor Series: FileCloud vs OpenText 2022

Content Collaboration Platforms (CCPs) may seem simple on the surface. After all, the function is captured by the name: content is stored and organized on a platform that facilitates collaboration between team members, external clients, vendors, and leadership. Each CCP currently available on the market has tried to distinguish itself from the others, by specializing […]

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Competitor Series: FileCloud vs Nextcloud 2022

We are continuing our comparative series, where we examine the strengths and weaknesses of various Content Collaboration Platforms (CCPs). We previously covered FileCloud vs ownCloud. This post pits FileCloud vs Nextcloud, to see how FileCloud’s Standard plan measures up against the Nextcloud Enterprise (Basic) plan. Deployment in FileCloud vs Nextcloud Nextcloud is an interesting solution […]

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Competitor Series: FileCloud vs ownCloud 2022

In the expanding horizon of cloud technology and global work environments, companies need a dynamic, powerful, hyper-secure platform that can safeguard their data throughout the document lifecycle and enable that data to be easily shared between authorized users. It’s a delicate balance to maintain, privacy versus access. There are a variety of solutions available on the […]

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Features You Pay Extra for with Competitors

When it comes to picking a solid Enterprise File Sync and Share software (EFSS) it’s important to look not at just the stated pricing, but also at what you’re not getting. At FileCloud, we’re open about our pricing and the included features, whether you’re looking for FileCloud on-premises or online. FileCloud is a hyper-secure cloud […]

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Cloud Computing Across Industries: Gaming and CAD 3D Design

In the 1950s and 60s, John McCarthy, an outstanding American computer scientist who coined the term “artificial intelligence”, argued that in the near future, all processes related to the operation of computers and the use of their computing power will be made available for public use and will use shared data centers. We now recognize […]

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Meet ITAR Requirements with FileCloud’s Compliance Center

In the last few years, network security has become more relevant, as cyberattacks and ransomware become both prevalent and increasingly sophisticated. To ensure information safety, government security agencies have created “compliance” requirements to manage the storage, exchange, and retention/destruction of protected or sensitive information. Depending on the data managed by a company and with whom […]

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Upgrade Your FileCloud Cluster and MongoDB with Offline Upgrade Tool

This blog post explains how to upgrade the FileCloud High Availability cluster using the FileCloud Offline Upgrade tool for Linux. At the moment, the FileCloud Offline Upgrade tool only supports CentOS7 and RHEL7 machines. Offline Upgrade Tool download links: offline_rpm_upgrader.tgz mongodb_upgrader_40_rpm.tgz mongodb_upgrader_42_rpm.tgz   Reviewing the Architecture In this scenario, let us consider the architecture. The […]

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FileCloud Recognized as a Gartner Peer Insights™ Customers’ Choice for Content Collaboration Tools

FileCloud has been named a Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Content Collaboration Tools. This is the fourth occasion that FileCloud has been recognized in Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of Customer’ report. “We believe Gartner Peer Insights provide a key measurement of what customers think of our product, and we are very excited to be […]

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Security Recommendations, Part 1: Protect Your Personal Information

Many of the topics that we will cover in this new series are common sense; however, every year, we need to revamp our personal security practices in person and online.  This installment will cover how we can protect our personal information throughout our day-to-day actions.   Don’t Share Your Personal Information Freely This may seem […]

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