FileCloud Cited in 'Content Collaboration' Magic Quadrant Report
FileCloud Cited in 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Content Collaboration Platforms Report -- Fastest Growing Enterprise File Share and Sync Platform Receives Honorable Mention in Gartner MQ
Austin-based CodeLathe, the maker of FileCloud -- a leading enterprise file sharing, sync and backup software -- has received an honorable mention in Gartner's July 2017 Magic Quadrant for Content Collaboration Platforms.
Gartner defines Content Collaboration Platforms (CCP) market "as a range of content-centric platforms enabling secure file productivity and content collaboration for individuals and teams as well as supporting the creation of a modern digital workplace...." According to the report, "Content Collaboration Platforms are the evolution of the EFSS (Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing) destination products and address digital workplace enablement strategies."
FileCloud offers a rich set of features that are well beyond the basic enterprise file share and sync features. FileCloud enables content-driven collaboration among teams, business workflow automation, brand office synchronization, full-text search, and many hybrid scenarios that involve a mix of on-premises and cloud infrastructure.
"Unlike most of our competitors, who are focused on expanding usage of their own repository, our vision is to build a unified enterprise file services platform that offers Content Collaboration across Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds," said Venkat Ramasamy, COO of CodeLathe. "World renowned organizations like NASA, Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property, and US Army Engineering Laboratory use FileCloud to organize their files. We feel it validates our unique vision and the value we bring to the market."
FileCloud differentiates itself from other popular enterprise file share and sync products by offering complete control over data, unparalleled branding options, variety of deployment models, and easy integration with existing corporate repositories and IT systems. FileCloud can be deployed as on-premises servers, private clouds and public clouds from AWS or Azure marketplaces. These deployment options help organizations select a right cloud model for them and adopt cloud at a pace that is right for them. FileCloud can be a great self-hosted alternative for dropbox and other cloud SaaS offerings.
FileCloud is used by Fortune 500 companies; Global 2000 firms; world's leading law firms; city, state and federal organizations; world-class universities; and renowned science and research organizations. FileCloud is deployed in over 90 countries and has more than 100 VARs and Managed Service Providers across the world.
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CodeLathe is based in Austin, Texas, and is a developer of unified, secure enterprise file service platform that organizes enterprise data, enhances collaboration and productivity, while providing ironclad data protection. CodeLathe's file sharing solutions offer powerful file sharing, sync, and mobile access capabilities on public, private and hybrid clouds. Founded in 2008, the company offers two products -- Tonido for consumers, and FileCloud for businesses -- that are used by millions of customers around the world, ranging from individuals to Global 2000 enterprises, educational institutions, government organizations, and managed service providers. For more information, visit www.getfilecloud.com.