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Having secure access to data on multiple devices is essential.

With the increase in BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) protocols at work and the ever-increasing availability of free file sharing services on the web, IT departments are in a bind.  Companies are now taking advantage of the productivity displayed in on-the-go access to important work documents through mobile devices and the convenience of free (and unauthorized) file sharing services to share work documents to devices at home.  From this, IT admins are now struggling to keep a high level of security in the workplace to protect company assets, especially when almost fifty percent of those using these free networks are not alerting their IT departments.  In addition, it’s always difficult to compete with ‘free’ services.  So, what can you do as an IT department to provide a secure and efficient file sharing system?  Well, we’ve got an answer for that.

IT departments can use SmartFile as a means of providing secure file sharing and backup services to your clients without the worry of data being insecure.  It provides exactly what your clients need—a way to manage files on-the-go—all in a way that enables you to manage control over your company’s assets and confidential data.  As an IT company with multiple business clients, you could even provide your very own file sharing service as a way to make some additional cash with our White Label Product, enabling you to customize the site for each company with one of our representatives by your side to help you every step of the way.

Honestly, it’s a win-win.

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About Kelly Borter

I am a Marketing Intern at SmartFile. I manage all marketing aspects of the SmartFile brand, including social media, blogging, competitor research, and infographic creation.

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