With the File changes, no matter where they happen, are automatically synced across all their computers, available in cloud and on-premise applications, accessible on their mobile devices, backed up with version control, and easily shareable with colleagues.
The Security and Compliance Console which gives companies:
- Centralized control over which devices – either computers or mobile – inside or outside the company may be used to access, sync and share files and folders, along with tracking of the sync and sharing of corporate data for compliance purposes
- Easy enforcement of data retention policies, enabling shared files and folders to be automatically and permanently deleted from user devices when that information is un-shared with a user, whether they are an employee, contractor or anyone outside of the company
- The ability to remote wipe any user’s account, their individual computers or mobile devices of all corporate data managed under Syncplicity associated with a user or particular device, in the event a device is lost, an employee is terminated, a contractor is finished with their assignment, or for any other information compliance reason
- Scalable enterprise-wide deployment with optional 2-factor authentication and single-sign on. The Syncplicity Security and Compliance Console enables native support for single sign-on (SSO) against any SAML or OpenID based federated identity provider to enable use of existing credentials such as Active Directory/LDAP, Google Apps, and OneLogin.
The Syncplicity Security and Compliance Console is available immediately and is included in the cost of a Syncplicity Business Edition Account. Syncplicity Business Edition starts at $45/month for three users and can be scaled to meet the need of any size business, supporting unlimited users, storage, files, folders, and any file size.
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