HELIOS file sync server software for network users offers security and performance -- Secure remote folder and file sync for business users. Multi-user access to designated remote intranet server files with drag & drop file transfer between local workstations and remote servers
HELIOS Software announced updates to its WebShare Manager, which delivers fast, secure file transfer, remote, two-way folder and file sync for users.
Unlike many " " and remote "hot folder" synchronization apps, HELIOS WebShare and WebShare Manager are designed for collaboration, with multi-user access to designated files, and grade .
LAN users working with files residing on their corporate file servers can access the same files remotely after leaving the office.
No copies of critical or sensitive files are needed on any vendor's cloud storage.
Common applications of WebShare Manager include:
• Remote workflows – Users can conveniently and securely access the latest server documents and work remotely. Their updated documents are then synced back to the server.
• Remote project collaboration – WebShare multi-user support facilitates collaboration, allowing authorized individuals and group members to access project files and folders that reside on the company's intranet server, right on their local computer. Automatic synchronization with versioning support ensures that all users are working with the latest versions.
• Remote backups – Automatically backup files from a workstation or laptop to a remote HELIOS WebShare server, allowing remote offices and laptops to be integrated into the corporate backup system.
HELIOS WebShare enables secure remote access to server files via any web browser. Authorized users can navigate the file system, or use Spotlight search to find files.
HELIOS WebShare Manager is the powerful client for Mac, Windows, or UNIX/Linux computers, that provides convenient access to frequently used server files and project data on the local workstation.
Further information about WebShare and WebShare Manager is available at the HELIOS web site http://www.helios.de. Short introduction videos are accessible at http://www.helios.de/videos.