365Vault- Stonefly’s File Sync and Share Software

365Vault is a file sync and share software for everyone from individuals operating the free 365Vault Server in the privacy of their own home, to large enterprises and service providers supported by the 365Vault Enterprise Subscription. 365Vault provides safe, secure, and compliant file synchronization and sharing solution on servers that you control.

Synchronization with 365Vault Server

You can share one or more files and folders on your computer, and synchronize them with your 365Vault server. Place files in your local shared directories, and those files are immediately synchronized to the server and to other devices using the 365Vault / own Cloud Desktop Sync Client, Android app, or iOS app.

Supported Web Browsers

You can connect to your 365Vault server using any Web browser; just point it to your 365Vault server and enter your username and password. Supported Web browsers are:

  • Firefox 14+
  • Chrome 18+
  • Safari 7+
  • IE11+
  • Microsoft Edge

Two Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a way to protect your 365Vault account against unauthorized access. It works by requiring two different ‘proofs’ of your identity. For example, something you know (like a password) and something you have like a physical key. Typically, the first factor is a password like you already have and the second can be a text message you receive or a code you generate on your phone or another device (something you already have). 365Vault supports a variety of 2nd factors and more can be added.

The External Storage

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The External Storage application allows you to mount external storage services, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon S3, SMB/CIFS file servers, and FTP servers in 365Vault. 365Vault server administrator controls which of the above mentioned services will be available to you. click here to now more

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