Overcome the Loss of Document Control with Citrix ShareFile

Posted 2016-11-30

 

According to Osterman Research, Dropbox has found its way into 70% of organizations. If your're one of those organizations, your data is at risk. Consider ...

  • No IT oversight: When users share data and files with Dropbox or other consumer-grade file-sharing services, IT loses the ability to determine how sensitive data is stored, accessed, and shared.
  • Employee mobility: When corporate data is stored on an employee-owned device through a consumer-grade service, the data leaves your control when the employee leaves the company or loses their device.
  • Unauthorized viewing of documents: Once a document is downloaded from a consumer-grade file-sharing service, it completely leaves control of the organization. Files can then be forwarded, shared, and viewed by users who shouldn't be able to access the sensitive data.

Solve the security risk created by the "Dropbox Problem" with Citrix ShareFile. 

 

Citrix and PC Corp can help you retake control of your organization's intellectual property today!

 

Contact us to get started with Citrix ShareFile.

Phone: (780) 428-300 (option 3, sales)

Email: info@pccorp.com

 

 

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