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Mobile workers rely on Enterprise File Sync and Sharing (EFSS) services to sync files across devices. Many files in EFSS solutions contain sensitive information that must be encrypted for data security and regulatory compliance. This whitepaper provides a comparison of the encryption key management features of the most popular types of EFSS solutions and explains how kiteworks by Accellion helps enterprises maintain full control over encryption keys.

Short how-to video illustrating how to add new files to kiteworks.

Short how-to video illustrating how to send view-only files from kiteworks.

Short how-to video illustrating how to email files from kiteworks.

Short how-to video illustrating how to request a file in kiteworks.

Short how-to video illustrating how to move and copy files in kiteworks.

Short how-to video illustrating how to obtain help for kiteworks.

Short how-to video illustrating how to create a folder in kiteworks.

Short how-to video illustrating how to invite collaborators to kiteworks.

Short how-to video illustrating how to view files in kiteworks.

This infographic illustrates “Rosie the Riveter” sporting the latest wearable technology and shares stats on the wearable movement in the workplace.

Is your enterprise ready for WYOD? Wearable devices are marching into the Enterprise, creating security concerns for IT. This infographic highlights the growing importance of considering the mobile information security of wearable devices.

Is your organization challenged by enabling secure access to enterprise content on mobile devices? Does your organization have the need to create custom mobile apps to securely connect your employees with sensitive enterprise information?

Chances are, employees within your organization are using Dropbox for sharing and syncing files, regardless of whether or not you have approved it for official use. But regardless of the popularity of Dropbox, its use in the enterprise remains risky. It was originally developed for people to share personal files and over the years, the service has also suffered serious security breaches. For many organizations, Dropbox is a fact of life. But is there a way to make it more secure, manageable, and compliant? Can Dropbox be made safe for business?

The growing market for enterprise mobile apps means that developers are looking for secure ways to rapidly design and deploy apps that transform business processes and workflow, while at the same time ensuring security. By following these best practices, developers will have an app that improves the way their mobile workforce interacts with critical business data, and provides IT teams with a way to manage access and control of all content, no matter what device accesses the information.

90% of employees are accessing confidential business data on mobile devices, according to a new Ponemon Institute study. Discover how secure mobile policies and tools can protect your organization from data breaches and leaks, while increasing productivity.

What do enterprises need to be mobile ready? Read this eBook from Accellion to understand the needs and wants of a mobile workforce and the security policies and solutions enterprise IT organizations should be considering.

The Security Impact of Mobile Device Use by Employees study, sponsored by Accellion and conducted by Ponemon Institute, examines employees’ perceptions about the secure use of mobile devices to access corporate information.Overall, this report shows that employees have a growing dependency on mobile devices to access corporate information of all kinds, which impacts their productivity.

Financial services group Finance Factors improves internal and customer communications by deploying kiteworks by Accellion for secure mobile content sharing and collaboration.

Learn how the kiteworks Mobile Content Platform enables developers to design and deploy custom enterprise mobile file sharing apps that enable employees to securely access, view, and share sensitive content on any device.

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