Vaultize launching its enterprise digital rights management and secure file sharing at CIO event in Kenya
AA – Vaultize, the enterprise file security leader with its East Africa Partner Compulynx Ltd. will be exhibiting its enterprise digital rights management and file sync & share at the Vaultize launch event in Nairobi on April 28th. Director of Sales for International business at Vaultize, Sameer Vitkar will be presenting award-winning enterprise file security platform to the CIO community.
“Vaultize enhances our existing product portfolio and caters to security concerns of our enterprise customers. Its enterprise file security platform is the need of the hour for data sensitive organisations for their data governance and compliance requirements. We are very excited about this partnership with Vaultize,” said Sailesh Savani, CEO/Founder, Compulynx. “This launch event is to announce availability of Vaultize in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and other East African countries.”
Vaultize is the only enterprise digital rights management and file sharing vendor that helps meet compliance, eDiscovery and data governance requirements while providing features like file sync & share, ftp replacement, virtual data room (VDR), control over email attachments, mobile collaboration and VPN-free anywhere access. Enterprise IT gets complete control and visibility over sensitive corporate data, irrespective of the device used for accessing and sharing that data – even in highly regulated and security-conscious verticals. Vaultize customers include banks, financial services and insurance (BFSI), automotive, healthcare, media and defense organizations.
With increased adoption of enterprise mobility, enterprise rights management is becoming very important. IT needs to think beyond mobility management. Vaultize follows an innovative (US patent-pending) information-centric approach called Micro-containerization to enterprise rights management, which is independent of file formats and agnostic to applications and vendors. Other DRM solution providers follow a vendor-dependant approach wherein they use Microsoft’s native DRM capabilities for MS-Office documents and Adobe’s DRM for PDF documents.
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