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Top 5 Reasons External File Sharing is Difficult and What To Do About It

Sharing files with external parties is fraught with a mix of uncertainty, risk and complexity, for both the individual and the organization. This is especially
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Top 5 Reasons to Replace All Email Attachments with Links

Email is the collaboration and file sharing tool of choice for most of us for many reasons. For some it is a muscle-memory thing. It
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Initiating Your External File Sharing & Content Collaboration from Within Microsoft Office Apps

e-Share’s Add-in for Microsoft Office allows users to initiate their external file sharing and collaboration from within the apps they use to create most of
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Keep Your External Collaborations Secure and on Track with e-Share and Microsoft Power BI

In meeting the external file sharing, secure email and content collaboration needs of our clients, e-Share has always sought to leverage applications, storage and work
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Extend Your File Sharing and Content Collaboration to Include 3rd Parties

The individuals you share files with outside of your organization are seldom the only ones who require access in order to meet the business need
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Sharing & Collaboration in the Age of Epidemics

We live in interesting times. As the large enterprise struggles through digital transformation in the Age of AI, it now has to grapple with operating
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Enterprise API Data Sheet Now Available

The e-Share Platform enables secure external file sharing collaboration between your organization and external recipients of any kind using your existing applications and cloud file
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Drive Partnerships with Zero Trust?

This is the era of the network effect. Volume drives value. The question is, if you don’t have enough volume to create the value you
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What if your collaboration partner wants to use Dropbox?

Should you say yes? What if your large/regulated company blocks that service? How long will it take, and how much effort will it take, for
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e-Share Collaboration Bot Now Available in MS Teams Store, AppSource

e-Share is proud to announce that our External Collaboration Bot for Microsoft Teams is now available in the Teams Store as well as Microsoft AppSource.
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Replace Your Fax with Share-With-Me Links

Believe it or not, many businesses still use fax machines. For security reasons. For compliance purposes. Because it works… simply put, the fax has three
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Sharing Sensitive Data With 3rd Parties at the Cybercrime Tipping Point

In 2019 researchers uncovered a massive “trove” of more than 20 million sensitive banking and financial documents associated with mortgages – not from the banks
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Support the Mission by Enabling External Collaboration

As companies transition from “no cloud” to “cloud-first” models, they quickly discover the “external sharing problem.” It’s actually much more frustrating when it happens in
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Be The Bridge, Not The Blocker

A reflection from July 4th. When we are on vacation we make it our mission to get the most out of the time we spend
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Zero Trust About Where You Store Content

A tough data breach this week. A sharing service ended up “sending its users shared files to the wrong people“. The root cause could easily
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Enable External Sharing in the New Dropbox

Big news in cloud file storage this week: Dropbox is no longer a cloud file storage service. It’s now a “single workspace to organize your
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Create a Virtual Data Room in One Minute

Did you know you could create a virtual data room in one minute, using the e-Share platform?  It’s true. You can actually just send an
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How Not To Communicate With Customers

This week our CEO received an email message, apparently from his bank. And he couldn’t really tell if it was a phishing attack. What do
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