FileLocker Offers “Ditch Dropbox” Conversion Program to Security-Conscious Enterprises at No Cost for One Year
Starting March 12th, qualifying companies can transfer all employee Dropbox(TM) accounts to secure FileLocker(TM) accounts free of charge for one full year.
LOS ANGELES, March 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Many IT managers have wanted to “wish away” Dropbox(TM) from their businesses, but have not had an alternative that meets their security requirements. FileLocker(TM) offers a secure collaboration alternative to businesses, with a simple method of transition through the “Ditch Dropbox” Conversion Program. Starting March 12(th), this program will be available to IT managers who wish to eliminate Dropbox folders and convert them to secure FileLocker collaboration accounts. More details can be found at FileLocker.com/Convert.
“Ditch Dropbox” Conversion Program Details
Qualifying companies can transfer all employee Dropbox accounts to secure FileLocker accounts free of charge for one full year. After a year, FileLocker accounts will remain at highly competitive prices on an ongoing basis. To qualify, companies must meet the following criteria:
- The company size must fall between 250 and 500 employees worldwide.
- FileLocker comes with a broad array of administrative controls and therefore must be transacted with the senior-most IT manager responsible for platform decisions.
This is a limited time promotion that will expire on April 30(th), 2013.
IT managers can apply for the “Ditch Dropbox” Conversion Program by submitting their contact information at FileLocker.com/Convert. Once signed up for the program with a FileLocker representative, the IT manager will receive free accounts for all employees needing to convert from Dropbox.
FileLocker is a solution for IT managers who have felt helpless to fight Dropbox. FileLocker meets Gartner’s recommendations for preventing enterprise data leakage. Gartner recommends control of any synchronization solution from the “top down,” and control of the hardware on which that software is installed, a la private cloud deployment. FileLocker meets these criteria, along with features providing in-cloud editing, previewing, and commenting. File synchronization can be password protected and activities can be monitored by administrators to create a complete audit trail.
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