Continuously Improving FileCloud – 21.3.6 Release

FileCloud’s Commitment FileCloud’s mission is “to build a hyper-secure content collaboration and processes platform that customers love to use.” Part of making software that customers love is investing in quality assessment and continuous improvement. It’s a cohesive and collaborative process, roping in engineering, QA, sales, marketing, and leadership teams. We also depend on our clients […]

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Migrating VMs Between ESXI Servers Using SCP Command

FileCloud customers may choose to use a virtual machine (VM) in an ESXI server. At times, ESXI servers may be decommissioned, requiring a migration. When FileCloud is hosted on one ESXI server, it can be moved to another using this method. This is generally a bare metal migration. Yet migrating VMware ESXI servers has always […]

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Installing an SSL Certificate on an ESXI Server

In the latest version of the ESXI server, the web UI is only available for managing the existing virtual machines (VMs) or creating new VMs. By default, the SSL certificate that comes with ESXI is a self-signed certificate, which is not accepted by most browsers. In this case, we are using ESXI version 6.7, with […]

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FileCloud and VPAT Compliance

Web Accessibility Series – Part 2. To read Part 1, click here.  FileCloud is committed to ensuring that the platform, whether Online or Server, is accessible to all users by embracing industry standards and guidelines such as VPATTM (Voluntary Product Accessibility Template) and WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). VPAT Compliance and WCAG Guidelines Since the […]

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Using Common Workflows for Content Management to Save Time & Money!

What is a Workflow? When it comes to working in business, everyone is always looking for an extra edge to keep them competitive. Often this all comes down to the efficiency of processes. After all, the faster work is done, the more that can be completed. You’ve probably heard people talk about workflows before, and […]

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Enable FIPS Encryption in FileCloud

FileCloud officially supports FIPS mode with CentOS 7.x version. This post explains how to enable FIPS encryption in your FileCloud installation. Important Note –  Please make sure you have the FIPS component enabled in your FileCloud license. If you do not have the component, please contact our sales team at sales@filecloud.com for further help in adding […]

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The Security Risks of File Sharing & Cloud Storage (with a solution!)

What is File Sharing and Cloud Storage? File sharing and cloud storage is a way of storing and sharing files online that many companies and organizations are using. Some organizations have migrated entirely to the cloud. However, there still seems to be some confusion as to what the cloud actually is. Essentially, the cloud is […]

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Cloud Computing for Banks

Cloud Computing Tailored for Banks We are living during times when adoption of technological solutions is skyrocketing. Emergency situations, such as living and working during the COVID pandemic, require increasing the efficiency of systems to enable remote work on a much larger scale. Migration to the cloud, as part of the overall adoption of tech […]

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6 Security Risks of Enterprises Using Cloud Storage and File Sharing Apps (and how FileCloud can help!)

Increasingly companies—specifically enterprises—are turning to the cloud to resolve struggles with data storage and file sharing, which has proven costly to manage on internal servers. This is especially true for enterprises in highly regulated industries that have to think about compliance, efficiency, and security. However, there can be security risks involved in using the cloud, […]

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Import Users to AD via PowerShell

Integrating FileCloud with your existing Active Directory (AD) can make setup much easier, faster, and secure. Users don’t need to worry about creating new accounts or credentials, and IT admins can efficiently manage assets across networks and monitor security. Maybe you’re ready to go with FileCloud, but you don’t have an Active Directory set up […]

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