Secure File Sync and Share

CentreStack is different from other file sync and share solutions by focusing on security and centralized management.

There are many security features already, such as leveraging NTFS permission, using drive based access model and etc.

As a recent feature, now there is a group policy item that controls client side encryption.  This feature is very unique to drive based access model.

As you may be aware, there are two methods when it comes to file sync and share. One method is that there is  a local folder that is 100% sync to cloud. The other is that there is a virtual drive letter that is sync to cloud. The first is folder based, and the second is drive based.

In the folder based model, the local folder is basically controlled by the local operating system and there is not much you can do besides the BitLocker or some third party app like TrueCrypt. However, in the dive based model, since the access is going through the file system driver layer, the drive can be encrypt the local cache before present the drive to the local operating system.

This feature is available since CentreStack build version 8.6.4363.

Visit http://www.centrestack.com for more details

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