Extending Microsoft’s Modern Collaboration to External Parties
Most organizations have embraced O365, including Teams and SharePoint Online, for their internal collaboration. These same organizations look to e-Share to provide the security controls and productivity features that extend Microsoft’s Modern Collaboration Architecture to their file sharing and content collaborations with customers, partners and suppliers.
All-In Integration with O365
Our integration with O365 is pervasive. We use OneDrive and SharePoint Online for all file storage. We provide add-ins for Teams, Outlook and Office Apps so that users can share files using their existing apps and workflows. And we use Power BI for reporting and analytics.
A Long History of Partnership
e-Share’s partnership with Microsoft spans multiple business units, product groups, and partnership programs. What started as an ordinary partnership has grown into a deep partnership, including technology incubation and co-selling.
- e-Share joins Cloud Storage Partner Program
- OneDrive For Business supported
- Office Online is supported through Microsoft WOPI integration
- e-Share selected for "Microsoft for Startup" technology incubator program
- e-Share SaaS platform ported to Azure
- SharePoint Online supported
- Products elevated to Co-Sell Ready status (selling alongside Microsoft)
- Azure Blob storage support added
- Outlook Add-in released
- Power BI data visualizations shipped
- Joins Microsoft intelligent Security Association to access MIP APIs
- Azure Directory Services integration for global address list and user groups
- MIP/AIP data labels supported
- SharePoint App for file sharing from SharePoint UX
- e-Share subscriptions available via AppSource and Azure Marketplace
Our Joint Innovation is Just Beginning
The latest phase of our partnership began with our selection by Microsoft for inclusion in the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association. This provides e-Share with access to APIs and technical resources that are enabling e-Share to extend MIP’s data protections to external parties, including those operating in non-Microsoft environments.