Cetrom, an industry-leading provider of custom cloud solutions that transform the way SMBs succeed, releases its cloud file sharing service, CetromFS, as a safer alternative to third-party file sharing systems that have been found to put organizations at risk of data breaches. Coinciding with the company’s 15th anniversary, the launch of CetromFS will add enterprise-level file sharing capabilities to its already extensive cloud computing service offerings.
CetromFS’ file sharing capabilities are highly secure and reliable, and can be customized to each organization’s needs. Additionally, Cetrom customers can add CetromFS to their comprehensive cloud computing services at no additional cost.
Benefits of CetromFS include:
• Built-in, 30-day retention backup
• Data encryption on-device and in-transit
• Granular user access and security controls
• Direct integration with other Cetrom-hosted applications
• Ability to align appearance with corporate branding
“Industry analysts have identified a number of security risks tied to the unauthorized or unregulated use of third-party file-sharing tools. These potential risks can cause costly financial impacts in the millions to the average organization,” said Christopher Stark, president and CEO, Cetrom. “As a way to combat these risks and better protect our customers’ data, we have developed and launched CetromFS. This added service will provide our customers with peace of mind knowing that they have a secure solution to send files that also meets compliance standards.”
Cetrom is coming off of a successful year in 2015 with double-digit, year-over-year growth and numerous awards and certifications. It was recently named to CRN®’s 2016 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list in the MSP Hosting Service Provider 100 category, ranked among the world’s Top 100 Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) for the fourth consecutive year and recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in the Greater Washington, D.C. Region for the third consecutive year. Additionally, Cetrom received its Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliant certification in September.