Storage Made Easy™ (SME)
is now a certified supplier under the Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud 11 scheme for its multi-cloud Enterprise File Fabric™ solution.
The Enterprise File Fabric uniquely provides UKGov the ability to have a secure multi-cloud File Services solution that spans on-premises data and on-cloud data. Government affiliated bodies can continue to use and manage access to existing data sources and in-house servers such as SharePoint, FTP and exploit public services such as Amazon, Azure, Office 365, safely and securely.
The File Fabric unifies these data sources into a ‘single pane of glass’ interface that is securely accessible from any mobile device or desktop.
Key tenets of the service include support for GDPR / compliance policies, data encryption, and Audit reports and file transfer acceleration when using remote cloud stores, a key feature as digital data becomes large and more encompassing.
Other key benefits of the Enterprise File Fabric are:
- Ultra secure multi-cloud data sharing inc. FIPS certified encryption, password protection, time expiry and download limits.
- Native desktop drive integration to promote a better user experience.
- ForeverFile Feature which can keep an archive of files the can be easily restored in the event of Ransomware.
- Integration with common work apps such as Outlook Mail and Office 365.
- Protocol gateways (SFTP, FTPS, WebDav) to prolong the life of legacy systems and extend their reach to Cloud.
- Governance, Audit, PII / PHI Discovery, Encryption to aid GDPR compliance.
- High speed file transfer to save time, money and increase productivity.
- Integration with Object Storage for Digital transformation.
Jim Liddle, Storage Made Easy CEO said: “More government departments and affiliated government bodies are embracing major cloud data solutions such as Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure Storage. Our File Fabric solution provides a secure, easy way for employees to work with these, and other existing data sources whilst ensuring the user experience is similar to what they had been used to.”