Citrix ShareFile vs Syncplicity
Last updated: October 22, 2014
ShareFile allows businesses to securely send large files to anyone, anywhere. Send big files up to 100 GB from your PC, Mac, or mobile device. Citrix ShareFile allows you to create a custom-branded, password-protected space where you can exchange business files with clients easily and securely. Whether you need to send large files by email, conduct a secure file transfer or set up a collaboration space for project-related files, ShareFile has the solution for you.
Syncplicity delivers powerful, easy to use file management in the cloud. Syncplicity automatically syncs your files across all your computers, backs up your data, and makes sharing files and collaborating easier than ever before.
Citrix ShareFile vs Syncplicity in our news:
2014. Citrix acquired digital signature service RightSignature
Citrix acquired RightSignature, the professional electronic document signing platform that marries Citrix's file storage, sync and sharing platform ShareFile. The two companies have been working together for the past year and integrated their solutions. Most users use ShareFile either with on-premises storage or to mobilize data in existing systems such as SharePoint or file shares. The integration with RightSignature helps users maintain security for confidential documents. RightSignature replicates the pen-and-paper signing experience in any web browser with an elegant, intuitive user interface. The integration is already available today as an add-on to all ShareFile accounts.
2014. EMC Syncplicity cuts prices
Forrester and Gartner call EMC's Syncplicity the best-in-class offering on the Enterprise Sync and Share market. But the company doesn’t want other factors to keep companies from embracing all that it has to offer. So EMC has bumped up storage limits for all of its offerings: Individuals with free personal accounts can now store up to 10 GB without incurring charges, subscribers to the business edition are allowed 300GB + 5GB/USER (with more available for a reasonable price), users of the departmental edition are allotted up to 1 TB without incurring extra charges, and storage on the Enterprise edition is unlimited, as it always has been.
2014. Syncplicity launches iPhone app expanding virtual private cloud capabilities
Cloud based file management service Syncplicity launched the new iPhone app that provides mobile access to all their files and folders, while meeting key business requirements such as security, backup and versioning. From their iPhone, Syncplicity users are now able to browse, share and manage all their files and folders, whether those files are stored on their PC, Mac, SharePoint servers, on the corporate network or in Google Docs. This universal file access from iPhone includes shared Syncplicity folders set up for collaboration in businesses or sharing for personal use. With Syncplicity, users can gain secure access to any file and folder anytime, eliminating the need to email file attachments or use laptops and VPNs to ensure access to all their files while mobile. Syncplicity also makes mobile safe with built-in policy and permission controls, remote wipe, and complete end-to-end encryption for all data transferred, stored on the Syncplicity service, and stored on the mobile device.
2012. EMC buys file syncing service Syncplicity
Dropbox for business continues to conquer the Enterprise. EMC, the developer of the largest and most complicated enterprise content management system Documentum, has acquired the small file storage and syncing service Syncplicity. It's assumed that this service will enable Documentum users to work with files stored in the ECM system from their mobile devices. It's interesting that EMC has a daughter company - VMWare, which is developing its own similar service Project Octopus, but apparently, the EMC could not wait any longer, because it's an urgent issue. Indeed, the main competitor on the ECM market - Open Text has already launched such a file syncing service Tempo in the beginning of the year. Syncplicity - is one of the oldest DropBox competitors. While this startup hasn't achieved such popularity, but it was originally more business-oriented and its security features much stronger than in DropBox.