Enterprise File Sync and Sharing Vendors - Page 2
SugarSync is a service that lets you mirror documents, files, photos and music across all devices so that you can access, utilize and share them anytime from any device. You send things to the cloud from any computer or device, so it’s backed up, synced and accessible to you when you’re on the go.
SugarSync 2.0 is said to be a major redesign, which focused on making the cloud easier to use. It offers a simpler, consistent design across desktop, web and mobile apps, easier set-up and navigation, SugarSync Drive (a virtual drive that makes is really easy to access all data in the cloud—even files and folders stored on your other computers), easy sharing, cloud search and modernized mobile applications for Android and iOS.
SugarSync has a free 5 GB version and paid plans starting at $7.49 per month for 60 GB. SugarSync also offers business plans starting at $55 per month with 1 TB of storage for 3-24 users.
“SugarSync works the way you do: it works within your devices’ existing file/folder structure,” said Samir Mehta, vice president of product management at SugarSync. “There’s no moving or boxing content into a specific syncing folder.”Box In its recent report,"MarketScope for Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharingi," Gartner gave Box a "strong positive" rating based on viability, product/service, sales execution, customer experience, marketing strategy, offering strategy and innovation. Gartner also commented on the company's growth rate, presence in the enterprise market and its partner ecosystem
In its recent report,"MarketScope for Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharingi," Gartner gave Box a "strong positive" rating based on viability, product/service, sales execution, customer experience, marketing strategy, offering strategy and innovation. Gartner also commented on the company's growth rate, presence in the enterprise market and its partner ecosystem.
“Box enables collaboration, making users more productive from anywhere on any device," said Bouck.
According to Bouck, more than 150,000 businesses, including 92 percent of the Fortune 500, use Box. That represents a 150 percent increase in enterprise sales with customers including Electronic Arts, NBC Sports and Sunbelt Rentals.
CTERA provides sync and share services via the company’s cloud delivery platform, the CTERA Portal. Features include global de-duplication that reduces WAN load, integration with Active Directory and LDAP for user authentication, AES-256 encryption, group workspaces for multi-user collaboration, and mobile apps for Apple iOS and Android (with support for Windows Phone planned later this year). It can come with private branding for service providers, and through CTERA Portal, offers management of all deployed software agents, including remote 'push' upgrades.
“CTERA's file sync and share solution can be deployed on both public and private cloud (object) storage infrastructure, supporting a variety of service providers and vendors including AWS, Nirvanix, Rackspace, EMC, IBM, Dell, HDS, Caringo, Scality and Openstack,” said Rani Osnat, vice president of marketing at Ctera. “It's capable of supporting 100,000s of users in a single deployment. “