In the News

April 24th, 2014

GigaOM on the docTrackr acquisition, DRM in File Sharing

Barb Darrow covers WatchDox and other secure file sharing services alongside the news of IntraLinks acquiring DRM player docTrackr.

April 16th, 2014

Would Cloud Storage Be More Secure if We Held Our Own Encryption Keys?

Lily Hay Newman covers the efforts of WatchDox, Box and CipherCloud in improving security, control and encryption key management for cloud storage.

April 15th, 2014

EFSS Space Heats Up

Michal Lev-Ram covers WatchDox in the context of the enterprise file sync and share space as consolidation and competition heat up.

April 15th, 2014

Eurobits: BT’s rivals go ultrafast in York

WatchDox teams up with Fjord IT to bring speed and security to Europe.

April 9th, 2014

Five questions on mobile collaboration that will support your business continuity

Our CPO Ryan Kalember discusses business continuity on mobile and the five questions your company should be asking about the role of mobility in business continuity and data backup plans.

April 9th, 2014

Secure data exchange essential for government agencies

GovSec News discusses the ways that government agency file sharing has evolved, as well as how to control and secure sharing with external parties and other agencies.

April 8th, 2014

Limiting Risk in File Sharing and Mobile Productivity

Our CPO Ryan Kalember advises businesses to provide employees with the resources they need to work via mobile devices, and the security to manage shared content.

April 3rd, 2014

BBC Confidential Sources Leaked by Former Employee

It is not enough for companies to just write ‘confidential’ on a file folder, protect a device or implement passwords for data access. Too often, individuals find a way of circumventing these methods as is the case with the BBC/Films of Records former employee who simply accessed and leaked a dossier.

March 29th, 2014

The biggest productivity killer

Have you ever tried using a mobile app to get work done outside the office, only to realize you needed to use another app to actually complete the task? What started as a quick to-do ends up taking far longer than you expected. There are thousands of solutions on the market today, but a glance […]

March 4th, 2014

App Vs Application: Let’s Do One Thing Really, REALLY Well

Discuss and follow the trend in enterprise users becoming tired of using multiple apps to do one thing, and how the market is moving in a direction where single apps are fully featured.

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