In a Top News article about the security risks of workers using unsanctioned mobile apps, Syncplicity CEO Jon Huberman’s comments are included discussing data leakage and the need for enterprises to provide secure tools and apps.
Computer Technology Review publishes Brian Levine, Syncplicity's Senior Director of Security and Compliance, byline “Why All Companies Should Have a Ransom Recovery Plan” discussing the benefits of EFSS in an enterprises overall ransomware protection strategy.
KMWorld highlights why Texas A&M chose Syncplicity over competitors, noting that Syncplicity’s geo-fencing capabilities enable the university to limit restricted files to in-country usage.
The C Suite features Syncplicity Security Officer Brian Levine's byline, “Ransomware is on the rise prepare your business for the worst,” which analyzes the reasons that ransomware attacks are becoming more prevalent.
Syncplicity was recognized by CIOReview Magazine as one of the 20 Most Promising Compliance Solution Providers 2016. The annual listing highlights companies that are at the forefront of providing compliance solutions and impacting the marketplace.
CIOReview features Syncplicity as the Company of the Month and interviews Syncplicity CEO Jon Huberman on the company’s approach to safety and compliance, additionally featuring Syncplicity in this year’s list of “Most Promising Compliance Solution Providers.”
ComputerWeekly covers Siemens’ deployment of Syncplicity to 350,000 staff, providing insight into why Siemens chose to work with Syncplicity over other competitors.
StorageNewsletter explores Syncplicity’s new SyncDrive feature and how it provides users with instant access to all company files.
Financial News UK covers Syncplicity’s new SyncDrive feature, noting it provides users instant access to files on any device of their choosing, without syncing the files locally.