File Fabric File Encryption Update

The File Fabric provides various forms of encryption to protect files which has been touched upon previously in blog posts:

Use Encryption to Continuously Protect Multi-Cloud Data With the Enterprise File Fabric

Using the File Fabric to Provide Security of Data Across Storage Silos With Streamed Encryption

GDPR Watch – Transparent encryption of data

Why you, and not your storage vendor, need to manage your encryption

Encryption can be managed by IT at a data storage or folder level and it can be integrated with separate encryption vault, such as the Hashicorp vault.

There is however another type of encryption that the File Fabric supports, that is often turned off for end users in a corporate setting but which can be useful for certain use cases. This is personal or end user manage encryption. This type of encryption enables end users, for whom this is made available, to add their own encryption key for file uploads. This encryption key is not stored on the server. If lost the file(s) that have been encrypted are unable to be decrypted.

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Offering European Enterprises Flexible Scaling and the Highest GDPR Data Security: Storage Made Easy joins the circle partner program of Open Telekom Cloud, the public cloud solution of Deutsche Telekom AG.

For more than two decades now, T-Systems have been providing digital services to support cloud and infrastructure transformation and application modernization for enterprises, all done with the highest standard of security. Storage Made Easy, with our Enterprise File Fabric solution, have now partnered with Open Telekom Cloud S3 storage and Elastic Compute to offer a fast, secure and compliant solution for the hybrid work environment.

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CISO Bulletin: Protecting the Enterprise File Fabric™ Against Third Party Software Vulnerabilities

In an  age where Cyber attacks are occurring daily, where even security focused companies are not immune, and in which third party embedded components can cause huge disruption we thought where  we thought it would be worthwhile to focus a blog post on what we do to protect the File Fabric from third party software vulnerabilities.

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Enterprise File Fabric 2021 Highlights | Top 5 Customer Success Stories

Our costumer success stories demonstrate one thing: the Enterprise File Fabric can do it (almost) all. 

This year we have released a number of multi-cloud customer success stories that highlight the strength and versatility of the Enterprise File Fabric solution in hybrid multi-cloud file and object scenarios for almost any industry vertical. Here are just a few:

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Enterprise File Fabric 2021 Highlights | Top 5 Features

2021 has followed in the wake of the previous year with companies still trying to adapt to the new hybrid working situation that has been presented to them. The Enterprise File Fabric™ was conceived from the beginning to address the challenges of data sprawl and multi / hybrid storage environments and its features are continually updated and strengthened to facilitate remote working and collaborating from anywhere with existing company data.

This year, these features of the Enterprise File Fabric have made it to our top 5*:

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How a company can frictionlessly send or receive large files and folders using almost any storage with the Enterprise File Fabric

Many creatives use a variety of services such as WeSendIt, WeTransfer etc to send large files. This is something that is easy to setup with the File Fabric and the best bit is that your company can be in charge of the storage used including how large the file sizes can be, and everything will be audited and logged for data compliance and governance purposes and scanned for PHI/PII information.

Firstly choose from your existing company storage  a solution that you wish to use to  store the files on. This is the storage that will be used to send or receive files from someone. For this example we will use Amazon S3, which can accommodate extremely large files, but you could use Azure Blob storage or even cheaper storage, such as Google Nearline. Additionally a company could also set this to work against their SMB file shares, either on-premises, or SMB in the cloud, such as Azure Files or Amazon FSx.

Once you have your storage added to the File Fabric we are going to use the File Fabric’s ‘Drop Folder’ feature to both send large files and folder sets to end users as well as provide a link to end users so they can share large files sets.

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The Enterprise Storage Podcast | Storage Masters S2 – E1: Benefits of using the Cloud for Scale Out NAS. A chat with Nasuni CTO Andres Rodriguez

The Enterprise Storage Podcast is back with a new season of Storage Masters!

For the first episode of season 2, Andres Rodriguez, CTO at Nasuni, and Jim Liddle, CEO at SME, discuss the challenges of adapting to a new data ecosystem in which companies want REST API access to data, but there’s still a lot of on-premises end users storage that require more traditional protocols.

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