Available at launch for both Enterprises (AOBox Enterprise) and SMBs (AOBox Pro), AOBox is designed to tackle a common headache: companies and individuals using G Suite and other Google tools are often working with networks of customers, partners and suppliers who are not on G Suite. This can create chronic issues around version control and security. The most common resulting scenario is that workers and teams turn to workarounds, often called “shadow IT,” to overcome file sharing limitations. Even if these “rogue” workarounds are conducted on widely adopted platforms like Box and Dropbox, G Suite-based companies face long-term issues around risk, compliance and cost control.
AOBox empowers teams and collaborators to reconcile differences in file management, file sharing, and collaboration platforms. Uploaded files are added by AOBox to the Google Drive folder and downloaded files are read by AOBox from the Google Drive folder in which they’re stored. Meanwhile, file and folder owners can access an audit trail containing the detailed activity of the external users accessing their content. Anyone can open the Google Drive files shared with them via AOBox by authenticating their existing Office 365, Outlook, Facebook, LinkedIn, Windows Live, or AOBox account. AOBox also eliminates the need for “rogue” accounts created by employees on their personal accounts to work around sharing limitations.
“At AODocs, we believe it’s possible to provide security and processes without limiting collaboration or sacrificing user experience, and this applies regardless of the content and collaboration platforms,” said AODocs CEO Stéphane Donzé. “By allowing G Suite users to securely share their Google Drive files with anyone, AOBox improves the end user’s collaboration experience while helping the company maintain confidentiality and compliance. You can have your cake and eat it too!”
Major features of AOBox include:
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