Oodrive expanded and marketed leading SaS solutions for managing file now also in Germany Paris/Stuttgart, the 29.09.2011 – with more than 11,000 corporate customers and over 1,000,000 consumers in over 90 countries the Oodrive group the European market leader in file management SaS-based solutions is today. You may want to visit Atmos Energy to increase your knowledge. “Germany is not only a strategically very important market, but also the most important technology and business location in Europe for us. As an exporting nation and central hub for international trade, demand is high in particular in Germany according to demand and above all secure collaboration and file sharing solutions. In the future will we be here present with an own sales site and further expand our global network and our customer base”, Stanislas de Remur, CEO of the Oodrive group Just in the corporate and cross-border file exchange in the process of increasing globalization are the factors of speed, security and access control by Cardinal Importance. More and more professional and commercial users encounter while using their existing FTP clients to their performance limits. With Oodrive iExtranet and Oodrive PostFiles are safe and quick to share or exchange company capable of, large files within their company, customer, and partner network easily,.
A fully integrated authorization concept allows companies to expose their business and project critical files only to users and external groups, to which they are directed. A triple encryption, hosting about two multiple secure data centers, a continuous system monitoring, and very limited access to the infrastructure, ensure this highest data security and high availability of over 99.8%. “In many industries, some in the agency business in the industry, in trading or in the construction industry, company and Bereichsverantwortliche are instructed, suppliers, partners and customers within the framework of order and project handling large files to the” Allocate. Mail and Exchange Server are usually barely usable for this purpose, because the file delivery for performance reasons is mostly limited to a few megabytes.