​Storage Made Easy Upgrade Enterprise File Fabric

New features focus on increased security and usability in order to enhance data content management functions in a multi-cloud ecosystem.

Enterprise File Fabric is described by Storage Made Easy (SME) as a multi-cloud data content management solution. It is further described as unifying corporate data stored in object storage, on-cloud or on-premises providing a federate goverance and compliance solution.

James Norman, SME’s Engineering Manager, said: “As one of our biggest code releases yet, this release delivers customers with a strong, cohesive set of features they can begin to use, boosting end-user productivity and strengthening their businesses file security. Headline features include accelerated client uploads from any web browser using M-Stream, advanced DLP features to strengthened collaboration with MS Office Online, help make this one of the most significant Enterprise File Fabric releases in our history.”

Key features include Microsoft Office Online Integration and watermarking of files to prevent data loss. Additionally watermarks can be applied to file shares to further protect non authorised data sharing.

The File Fabric's M-Stream file transfer acceleration feature has been extended to provide accelerated high speed uploads through the Web File Manager, when certified M-Stream storage endpoints are used.

Also, the file transfer acceleration feature has been extended to include support for Azure's blob storage, delivering dramatic performance increases for both uploads to Azure and downloads from Azure.

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