IT Influencer NetworkChuck Builds a Private Cloud with FileCloud!
NetworkChuck is an influencer on YouTube, who has been creatively challenging viewers to become more IT savvy since 2014. His millions of followers testify to his success at making technical skills accessible to those who might otherwise feel intimidated about learning IT admin and coding skills. Many people have achieved valuable certifications by watching NetworkChuck’s engaging tutorials.
Recently, NetworkChuck released a video that takes viewers through the detailed steps required to build a private cloud with FileCloud Community Edition. He also reviews FileCloud Enterprise Edition, enthusiastically describing its various advantages over the well-known “triad” of Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive in terms of safeguarding enterprise data. Watch the NetworkChuck video by clicking the link below:
A recent supply chain attack on a widely used managed file transfer (MFT) provider has affected hundreds of organizations worldwide, including federal and state government agencies. This attack is so widespread that the U.S. State Department has announced a $10 million bounty for information leading to the capture of the cybercrime gang responsible.
To address concentration and cascading risk from cyber-attacks, it is wise to regularly review your file-sharing vendors and their place in the digital supply chain, as well as your file-management security. One viable option is to integrate your Microsoft 365 government or enterprise deployment with FileCloud. Learn more about FileCloud integration with Microsoft Office by clicking the link below.
The EU Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) was enacted at the start of 2023 and financial institutions have until the end of 2024 to achieve full compliance.
DORA is far-reaching legislation that fundamentally changes the digital governance of financial institutions across the European Union (EU). All third-party enterprises that provide technology services to EU financial institutions must adhere to DORA, even if they are physically based outside of the EU. Read more about DORA by checking out our white paper below.