Tuesday, 16th July 2019
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Storage Made Easy introduces Compliance Healthcheck Report

The compliance report feature helps companies to easily see what data polices and security options are set across their corporate data sets whether on-cloud or on-premises..

Storage Made Easy® (SME)has introduced its new Compliance Healthcheck Report to help companies comply with regimes such as GDPR, HIPAA, FERPA, GBLA or the Californian Privacy Act.


The Enterprise File Fabric is a multi-cloud content solution that provides strong compliance and control features.

Many companies today have document repositories that extend beyond their company borders into the Cloud. Keeping track of where sensitive data is stored and whether appropriate policies have been put in place, many of which are now required from a regulatory standpoint, is becoming increasingly difficult. The Compliance Healthcheck provides a quick easy way for companies to understand what policies are in place with recommendations as to whether any others should be considered.

The File Fabric indexes and analyses information in real-time providing sensitive content alerts with automated actions that can be pre-configured. It is constantly auditing all file events that occur across a companies file estate, whether on-cloud or on-premises.

Dan Stone, Storage Made Easy COO, said: “The File Fabric provides a broad range of features to help organizations ensure information privacy and comply with the GDPR and other regulations. We brought these features together onto a single page to make administration easier and help customers avoid oversights.”
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