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Scalability and Redundancy
Host FileCloud on Docker and get the secure, scalable, and redundant solution for your enterprise file sharing needs.
FileCloud is available on Docker Hub. Just pull the image and deploy it. It will take less than 10 seconds to start your own branded, self-hosted solution.
File Sync and Sharing
FileCloud’s integrations allow businesses to host their own, branded file sharing, sync and mobile access solution for their employees, partners and customers on Docker.
Containers and Docker
A container is a type of lightweight, executable software that packages code and its systems so that the code runs reliably from one computer system to another (similar to a virtual machine). The code is insulated from the environment of origin or deployment, ensuring that code packages are delivered intact, without taking up loads of space on the server or machine. This insulation has the added benefit of adding a security layer while code is in transit.
Docker helps developers package their software into containers to make it easy to run anywhere. This container software has been a vital tool for many companies since it was developed nearly a decade ago.
Containers have become more and more important and popular as companies have increasingly turned toward storing their data in cloud or hybrid environments.
Docker and FileCloud
FileCloud is a hyper-secure content collaboration platform that offers many storage and sharing options for different businesses and organizations, along with integrations with different systems, like Docker.
FileCloud wants to make it easier than ever for companies to continue using their current tech while also making use of FileCloud’s hyper secure storage and sharing system. That’s why integrations with important tools like Docker are available and easy to install.
FileCloud’s easy-to-use support docs give simple directions for admins to install Docker and use it in conjunction with FileCloud.
Why Use FileCloud?
FileCloud’s effortless file synchronization across users’ computers and mobile devices makes it a powerful and secure solution compared to public cloud offerings like Dropbox and Box. In addition to file sharing and sync, FileCloud provides endpoint backup, data leak prevention (DLP), endpoint device management, unlimited versioning, data compliance and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), and ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) compliant auditing.
Our highly rated mobile apps (iOS and Android)provide secure access to organization content from anywhere. FileCloud’s unique capabilities to monitor, prevent, and fix data leakage assures corporate data is protected across all your devices (laptops, desktops, smartphones, and tablets)
FileCloud can be completely customized to reflect your organization and brand including: your company logo, login page image, and terms of service text, along with the option to run FileCloud under your own domain.
FileCloud is currently used by more than 1,000 businesses across 65 countries, including world-leading universities, research organizations, government entities, and private enterprises.
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FileCloud’s integration with Docker is just one of many benefits. Employ security and compliance settings for 2FA (Two-Factor Authentication), SSO (Single Sign-On), encryption for data at transit and rest (including FIPS 140-2 encryption), and granular sharing permissions.
FileCloud provides secure, high-performance backups across all platforms (Windows, Mac, Linux) and devices (laptops, desktops, and smartphones) with unlimited file versioning capabilities.
DLP (Data Loss Prevention)
FileCloud’s unique capabilities to monitor, prevent, and fix data leakage assure corporate data is protected across all user devices. Remote block and data wipe is supported in both mobile devices and computers.
One of the best things about FileCloud is how much control admins retain. Admins can see all the devices that have access to their FileCloud system at a glance. These devices can be removed from the system instantly in the case of device loss or breach.
Audits and Reports
Being able to quickly understand how the different parts of your FileCloud system are working is important, especially for enterprise companies. That’s why FileCloud has comprehensive reports and audits available at every step.
Workflow Automation allows users to automate tedious but important tasks like sign-offs, document reviews, emails, and notifications. FileCloud’s drag-and-drop, no-code automation makes it easy for anyone to create and review workflows.
FileCloud’s Compliance Center helps admins meet requirements, with specialized tabs for GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), and ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations), along with best practices, suggestions, and alerts in case of non-compliance.
Free Guest Accounts
Extending licenses for secure sharing with clients, contractors, and vendors can run up your IT bill. That’s why FileCloud offers free, unlimited guest accounts (you pay only for your employees) so that you don’t have to limit who can do what, and when.
Integrations with FileCloud
In addition to integrating with tools like Docker, FileCloud also has a variety of integrations available with common tools and systems like MS Teams, Office365, Google Docs, OnlyOffice, and:
- Amazon AWS S3
- Azure Blob
- Apple Productivity Suite
To see all the integrations FileCloud has available, click here.
Advanced Sharing Capabilities
One of the reasons companies love FileCloud is for its sharing capabilities. Sharing important documents and data via email is an unsecure method, so users have turned to systems like FileCloud to share sensitive files securely.
FileCloud offers advanced security, including end-to-end encryption on shared files, and the option to change permissions even after files and folders are shared. These permissions include:
- Public/private/password protected shares
- Expiration dates on shared files and information
- Granular sub-folder level permissions
- Document preview/view-only shares
- Limiting the number of times documents can be opened/printed
- Preventing screenshots of sensitive documents
- Revoking share access at any time