Our Experience at INTEROP New York

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on October 8 2014

Last week we were at INTEROP NYC. It was a show with a lot of traffic from end customers as well as the partner community (System Integrators and Managed Service Providers).

We heard the same challenge – how to deal with the data loss challenges and how to securely manage contents in this mobile world that we live in. Most companies are concerned about securing mobile content but also giving employees the freedom to use whatever device they choose. That is where Vaultize excels. Vaultize provides an Enterprise Platform for Secure Information Sharing and Mobile Collaboration with Anywhere Access Freedom and Complete Security Controls at the highest operational efficiency.

One of the common themes was “all our employees are using several mobile devices to work with company confidential files and to collaborate internally and they are using Dropbox which is a big security concern”. I also heard quotes including: “We often collaborate outside of our company with clients and contractors and we have no way to ensure that this sensitive information is not out in the open!”

The end user functionality is best summed up by one of the visitors in our booth: “Vaultize has an exciting solution that would enable my team to collaborate and share mission critical content for multiple projects irrespective of where people are and from whatever device they like.”

One of the ways the Vaultize solution can be delivered to users is through the Vaultize eco-system of MSPs. One of the MSPs at the show stated: “Being part of the 'Vaultize IMPACT MSP Program' would allow us to create a new managed EFSS solution, taking one more thing of our customers' plate and provide us with an additional revenue stream.”

Vaultize is a full-featured solution that is excellent for IT control and end user functionality. As another MSP stated at the event: “The Vaultize Partner Program would allow us the ability to incorporate a portfolio of best-of-breed EFSS solutions into our core offering. Choosing between a variety of user-bands and other options including white-labeling and operational integration.”

This post is written by Steve Lubchansky, Vaultize's Regional Director of Sales in North America. He is based in our New York office.


Topics: Miscellaneous, Partners, Channel

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