Initiatives to deploy the Enterprise File Fabric™ are often driven by infrastructure managers who need a way to give WFH workers frictionless access to the organisation’s on-premises and on-cloud data. This is great use case for the File Fabric and we endorse it wholeheartedly. At the same time we think it is also important for the enterprise’s information security professionals to understand the File Fabric’s security features, both so they can ensure that the File Fabric’s configuration aligns with the organisations information risk management standards and also so they can realise operational benefits provided by the File Fabric’s rich security oriented feature set as they go about their work of managing information security risk.by
Join us for the second session of our Secure Remote Working webinar series. Jim Liddle, CEO of Storage Made Easy, will outline how companies can enable users to have similar remote desktop workflow to what they have in the office, including Home Drive access to office data whilst enforcing policies, maintaining Data Governance and Compliance and continuously protecting data.by
Interest in letting employees to work from home has never been higher and will remain high even after the Covid-19 virus has run its course. For Companies large and small the key challenge is how to make Company data available remotely in a way that is easy for employees to use without compromising on information security. The Enterprise File Fabric™ offers an unmatched set of features to support secure remote working. In this post we’ll see how to set up the File Fabric in less than an hour to provide secure remote access to on-premises data, be that SMB, NAS / SAN or Microsoft DFS shares. The best part is that data is not copied or removed anywhere, it remains in the same secure place and the File Fabric provides web scale secure access to it .by
Join us for our new webinar where Jim Liddle and James Norman, CEO and Head of Engineering of Storage Made Easy, will walk you through the different features the File Fabric software can offer to companies who wish to prepare or facilitate remote working.by
While the Enterprise File Fabric’s shared team folders are great for organizations collaborating on files within their company, what happens when users want to be able to quickly share documents in a secure manner with people from other organizations?
That’s where the File Fabric Secure File and Folder link sharing comes in. No longer do companies need to leverage other services outside of their own environment for sharing, nor do you need to open up access directly to your storage.by
The Enterprise File Fabric indexes Amazon S3 metadata to provide a number of enhanced file services over S3 object storage including reading/browsing and searching. The File Fabric has its own indexing engine to provide these services.
Applications may update/upload/delete objects through the File Fabric or in a bi-modal fashion directly through S3 APIs. When objects are updated directly using S3 APIs the File Fabric metadata must also be updated. There are a number of ways that the metadata can be updated:by
The SAML 2.0 protocol is increasing in popularity, and there are a number of different flavours and variations provided by different identity providers (IDPs), like Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS), Google Suite (GSuite) or Okta.by