Enterprise File Fabric 2020 Highlights – Top 5 Blogs

The team behind the Storage Made Easy Blog has published articles on the hottest topics of the year: remote working, challenges and changes in the way companies are dealing with data, or remote cybersecurity; are some of the topics covered.

Here are our top 5 picks:

#1. REMOTE WORKING

We showed you how to securely and productively enable employees to work from home using existing company data.

This is possible because the File Fabric does not provide any storage, rather it indexes and works with existing on-premise or on-cloud storage silos. It unites files in these disparate storage platforms to provide a single cohesive way for people to securely work and collaborate.

Read more.

#2. COMPLIANCE FOR REMOTE WORKERS

Companies needed to track who had access to personal data, when, and why.

Authentication and Authorisation to resources  is controlled by existing Identity Access Management solutions that a company has in place, but once a user is logged in there is a data governance and compliance requirement to log access to resources.

The File Fabric file event auditing enables companies to have complete audit logs for all file events across all corporate data sets whether they are on-premises or on-cloud.

Read more.

#3. CISO BULLETIN SERIES

With employees working increasingly from home, corporate IT and CISO’s are increasingly focused on how they can improve upon data performance, security and privacy for end users.

We published a series of blog aimed for CISO’s that you can read here.

#4. ENHANCING CLOUD DATA SECURITY AND PRIVACY IN 2020

We shared the key tips for what may will required for organizational change in the new hybrid work culture across companies.

Read more.

#5. THE FILE FABRIC FOR COVID-19 GENOME TESTING

Probably one of the least known use cases of the Enterprise File Fabric is its implementation within the Healthcare and Genomics industry. The File Fabric is used as part of a healthcare workflow for secure, audited, end user access to genomic information.

Read more.

 


 

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