Maytech chief executive John Lynch said: “Quatrix Business offers consumer-grade usability with enterprise level security and controls. It provides a platform for IT managed file sharing that is easy to setup and roll out.”
Quatrix Business was created to address the proliferation of consumer-grade file-transfer services in professional environments. It gives IT managers a powerful tool to encourage employees to exchange sensitive information without risking a data security breach.
The platform is straightforward to implement and fully-customisable, while offering the following additional benefits to administrators.
Security & Compliance Features:
• Manage users (provisioning and de-provisioning access)
• Extensive tracking of all user activity in the company
• Advanced security with a PGP encryption module for highly sensitive data.
This means only the authorised recipient of the data can decrypt and read.
• Ability to brand and set corporate footer messaging.
Whilst the user is able to:
• Send and receive files securely from a simple web form sanctioned by IT
• Set controls around the data i.e. release and expiry dates
• Acquire data from a unique share to me link • Tracking all messages.
“This is a real game-changer in the market and provides welcome relief for technology managers who are worried about the security of easy-to-access file sharing sites like Dropbox and Hightail,” says Lynch.
“Now companies have the option of a solution that is easy to introduce to the office, but also comes with the sort of security protections and controls IT managers increasingly demand.”
Brian McDonald is IT manager at City of London based law firm Peters & Peters. A Quatrix Business user, he said:
“We needed an easy-to-use way of transferring large quantities of data-heavy files to the various important bodies that we liaise with, not least our clients. Over the years this has become more paramount to the needs of the business.
“Quatrix Business is very simple to use on both sides of the equation: the initial set-up and the process of sending large files. Previously we’d have to get the files onto a USB stick or a CD, which would have to be encrypted and sent by courier.
“Maytech lets us create packages and send them to destinations in the blink of an eye, allowing us to maintain integrity of the file structure. We don’t have to repackage the file or chop it up in order to send it on.”
Maytech provides a global cloud data transfer platform that enables organisations to control important workflows and document exchange in a reliable and secure fashion.
Launched in 2006, Maytech owns and operates a global data exchange network with hubs across the world. Maytech typically replaces in-house server infrastructure and self-serve consumer-