Not exactly sure what the term “unauthorized file sharing” truly means? After scanning the article titled “Dotcom Suits Up for Another Round in File-Sharing Wars” released yesterday by Peter Suciu in TechNewsWorld, insecure file sharing is reaching new heights when it comes to masking detection of shared, copyrighted material from government agencies attempting to protect such work. Megaupload, a file sharing website recently shut down in the beginning of this year, is apparently being recreated into Mega, a brand new file sharing site built on the basis of keeping government eyes and lawsuits out of the company. Although these insecure file sharing sites are mostly for the theft of music, software, and movies, it’s critical to understand how these sites work and if your employees are contributing to their success. After all, who knows if your company assets are being leaked out into the file sharing world?
SmartFile provides a safe, secure file sharing site that only those authorized individuals can access through user creation or virtual link distribution, unlike Mega and other sites prone to be hotbeds for information hacking. For added security and control, the SmartFile team even allows you to set expiration dates on those virtual links for easy management of user allowance and permissions. SmartFile provides encryption for extra security of confidential company information from hackers, unlike Mega who uses encryption to hide copyrighted information from the government.
All in all, we know how important your company is to you. SmartFile makes file sharing easy and secure, so you can spend less time worrying about files and more time doing what you do best.