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data sovereignty

CEOs need to know where their data is

I know what it’s like to have the company on your shoulders, to ultimately be responsible for each decision and action taken in the business. That’s your job as a CEO or Company Director. You are already juggling requests from employees and keeping an eye on sales and marketing budgets, invoices and administration. On top of all this, do you really need the headache of managing compliance with Data Sovereignty laws?

You need to know where the data is

 Where in the world is your company data? Like many businesses, you might be taking advantage of the low cost and easy scalability of cloud storage. In addition to IT infrastructure cost shifting benefits and low cost storage, using cloud based storage boosts the productivity of your staff, enabling them to work from anywhere and on any device.

However, when your staff upload company files to the cloud – hopefully to a company controlled cloud and not to their own personal cloud storage accounts, such as a personal Dropbox or Google Drive account – company management should be asking: Where in the world is our data?

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With CloudFileSync staff can access their files anywhere, on any device

Give your staff the tools to get the job done

Your staff are on the front line when it comes to protecting your business’ data. But, how well prepared and resourced are they to act as your cybersecurity guards?

Cybersecurity threats come in many shapes and your business can be exposed through various ‘threat vectors’. Often your staff are among your most vulnerable breach points. These risks are exacerbated when they don’t have the tools they need to do their jobs.

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Why you need CloudFileSync

Why your company needs CloudFileSync

Cloud storage and file sharing apps allow your staff to access, sync and share large files with people at work, as well as with clients and external suppliers from anywhere and on any device. Using these services can boost the productivity of your staff, especially when they are traveling or working away from the office.

But, if your employees are using unsanctioned, third party file storage and sharing services, your business could be exposed to data security risks, loss of data ownership and potential breaches of privacy and other legal obligations or industry standards.

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