e-Share joins the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association

BOSTON, MA

e-Share, a global external collaboration software company, today announced that it has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA), a coalition of independent software vendors and managed security service providers that have integrated their solutions into Microsoft’s security product ecosystem to help joint clients better defend against a world of increasing cybersecurity threats. To be considered for MISA, organizations must be nominated by Microsoft and demonstrate integrations that support the goal of improving enterprise security, compliance or identity.

e-Share’s External File Sharing and Collaboration platform integrates with Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) to ensure that business-critical external file sharing, using Microsoft Teams, Microsoft SharePoint Online, and OneDrive, is done in a secure way, using the organization’s data classification and data protection policies. This allows organizations to share more data with its clients, partners, and suppliers to drive business growth, while not compromising on security or compliance.

“The necessity to share files with clients, suppliers and partners and collaborate from a distance has never been more necessary,” says Nick Stamos, e-Share co-founder and CEO. “Our integration with Microsoft Information Protection enables e-Share to secure this file sharing based on our customer’s data classification and data protection policies in an easy, reliable and brand-safe way.”

“Microsoft compliance solutions help organizations intelligently assess risk, govern and protect sensitive data, and effectively respond to regulatory requirements,” said Hammad Raijoub, director, Product Marketing, Microsoft 365 Suite. “Members of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association, like e-Share, offer solutions that benefit from Microsoft’s rich extensibility scenarios for compliance to adapt, extend, integrate, and accelerate member solutions for our shared customers.” 

About e-Share

e-Share is a leading provider of enterprise software solutions for file sharing and content collaboration with external parties using Microsoft 365. We enable organizations to engage their clients, partners and suppliers easily and securely using the productivity tools and workflows users are already familiar with – Teams, SharePoint Online, Outlook and OneDrive. Our solutions make customer experience and file-based workflow transformation practical through the easy, secure, and collaborative sharing of essential data with customers, suppliers and partners.

SDI Selects e-Share for Inclusion in Supplier Catalog Management Service

e-Share has been selected by SDI to be added to it’s Supplier Catalog Management to lower the cost and improve the quality of supplier data collection process.

BOSTON, MA, February 16, 2021

e-Share, a global external collaboration software company, today announced it has been selected by SDI for incorporation into its Supplier Catalog Management service to lower the cost and improve the quality of its supplier data collection process.

SDI, a market leader in Digital Supply Chain Solutions, had expanded its services to include over 6,000 suppliers, necessitating a higher level of automation around the collection of product descriptions for inclusion in eProcurement catalogs. SDI’s existing SFTP-based approach to file collection, and all other file transfer solutions it considered, did not provide the ease-of-use that the suppliers demanded.

e-Share was able to provide SDI with two vital components for its Supplier Catalog Management service. First, e-Share allowed SDI present a simple, SDI-branded web portal for suppliers to upload files containing product descriptions, while eliminating the need to pre-provision supplier accounts. Second, e-Share allowed SDI to leverage its user’s familiarity with Microsoft Office 365, with uploaded files stored in SharePoint Online.

“We are delighted to contribute to SDI’s innovative supply chain solution and share their commitment to delivering a great user experience to their suppliers”, says Nick Stamos, e-Share co-founder and CEO. “eDelivery and eCollection of documents is a fast-growing part of our business as business transformation projects begin to focus on file-based workflows that involve suppliers and partners.”

“e-Share simplified and improved the quality of our data collection process.”, says Ron Fijalkowski, SDI’s SVP, Digital Supply Chain. “It’s modern and simple UX allowed us to quickly implement and secure our partnerships with our suppliers and continue to innovate our Digital Supply Chain Solutions”.

About e-Share

e-Share is a leading provider of enterprise software solutions for file sharing and content collaboration with external parties using Microsoft 365. We enable organizations to engage their clients, partners and suppliers easily and securely using the productivity tools and workflows users are already familiar with – Teams, SharePoint Online, Outlook and OneDrive. Our solutions make customer experience and file-based workflow transformation practical through the easy, secure, and collaborative sharing of essential data with customers, suppliers and partners. To learn more about e-Share, visit http://www.e-share.us.

About SDI

SDI is a Digital Supply Chain Solutions firm with a focused practice in Indirect Materials, MRO, and Industrial/Facilities Technology. We go to market through an innovative As-a-Service offering, delivering custom solutions and results designed to improve our client’s MRO and supply chain performance. Using a custom suite of products, services and tools, SDI’s platform coordinates, aligns and optimizes every step of the digital supply chain. Lower costs, smarter inventories and more reliable production are all natural results from a more connected MRO supply chain. To learn more about SDI, visit http://www.sdi.com.

Podcast – What Is Your Microsoft O365 Data Protection Strategy?

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When enterprises move from a no-cloud to a cloud-first model, they quickly experience security problems with externally sharing files and collaborating with clients, partners, and other third parties. Since nearly everyone has adopted cloud-based collaboration and sharing tools in some form like Microsoft Teams, OneDrive and SharePoint Online, securing these tools and extending them to support external collaboration efforts has become a top-of-mind issue. Listen to the Founder and CEO of e-Share, Nicholas Stamos, and the Director of Core Security Architecture for Humana, Mitchell Greenfield, explain how you can secure your data in your transition to cloud based collaboration tools right here on Episode #156 of Task Force 7 Radio.

Ken Venner Appointed e-Share President & Chief Product Officer

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Former SpaceX CIO and Broadcom executive Ken Venner joins external file sharing & content collaboration technology innovator e-Share as President and Chief Product Officer.

Boston, Massachusetts 18 August 2020

Former SpaceX CIO and Broadcom executive Ken Venner joins external file sharing & content collaboration technology innovator e-Share as President and Chief Product Officer. The announcement was made by Nicholas Stamos, CEO.

Venner has extensive industry experience spanning over 30 years serving in senior executive roles for high tech organizations including SpaceX, Broadcom, Rockwell and Nokia. e-Share is focused on providing External File Sharing and Content Collaboration services to the Fortune 2000. Customers include Healthcare Insurers, Financial Institutions, Federal Government Agencies, Manufacturers, Pharmas and Retailers. Venner will help guide the company’s growth in these segments.

Before joining e-Share, Ken and the SpaceX IT team built the “digital nervous” system that powered the hyper-growth of SpaceX. Delivering technology enabled business solutions, Ken’s team enabled the company to scale its custom manufacturing and rocket launch capabilities from one vehicle per year to 20+. Before SpaceX Ken spent 12 years scaling Broadcom from $400M in revenue to $8.6B as their CIO and SVP of Corporate Services. At SpaceX and Broadcom, Ken had responsibility for IT strategy, planning and cybersecurity for both corporate and customer initiatives with a focus of making “IT Like Air”. He oversaw enterprise wide infrastructure architecture and standardization, integration, business transformation and the development of enterprise application solutions.

“As a member of e-Share’s executive management team, Ken’s information technology, business process and cybersecurity experience will help drive current and future product development and delivery with a clear focus on highly-secure and more productive file sharing and content collaboration with external parties. His innovative thinking and vision will inform our strategic direction, helping us increase the market share and profitability of e-Share,” said Stamos.

Ken’s track record of scaling organizations and building simple to use technology solutions that streamline organizations will power e-Share’s plans for massive growth. He will also be instrumental in expanding the company’s operations, development and implementation delivery teams.

“I’m very excited to join the e-Share team. As a founding investor, and an active user of their product, I am thrilled to be working with the team to drive the future direction of our offering. In these challenging times, the need for a secure, easy to use collaboration solution, that enables companies to share information in a compliant way with customers, suppliers and business partners, puts e-Share in a perfect position to deliver highly differentiated solutions to the market.” said Venner.

If you would like more information, please contact Thomas Murphy, Chief Operating Officer (tom@e-share.us).