FiberCloud Expands SaaS Portfolio with Encrypted File Sharing and Synchronization

FiberCloud, a U.S. colocation, dedicated server and cloud hosting infrastructure provider, has expanded its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) portfolio with FiberCloud File Sharing, a file sharing and synchronization solution that lets end-users securely access and share data, files and folders across any computing device.

FiberCloud File Sharing would fill a much needed gap in the popular file sharing and synchronization market by providing business must-have features such as end-to-end data encryption, secure file sharing, robust company management and control, including remote wipe of lost devices.

fibercloud-cloud-hostingFiberCloud File Sharing is targeted at FiberCloud’s SMB and enterprise customers as well as its expanding eco-system of MSP, VAR and IT reseller partners. File Sharing is part of  FiberCloud’s cloud hosting portfolio, which includes other SaaS solutions such as Business Class Email, Microsoft SharePoint, Backup, Email Archiving as well as Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions such as cloud servers.


FiberCloud, headquartered in Seattle, WA is teaming with Anchor, an eFolder brand, to deliver its File Sharing solution. “We are delighted that FiberCloud has decided to expand its SaaS portfolio with Anchor’s secure file sharing and synchronization solution,” said Bryan Forrester, General Manager of the Anchor business unit at eFolder. “With end-to-end encryption and true multi-tenant management, monitoring and control, FiberCloud’s partners and customers gain a solution that fosters employee and team productivity while ensuring that data is accessible only to authorized users.”

Atlanta, GA-based eFolder is a supplier of cloud data protection, business continuity, and cloud file sync solutions for MSPs, cloud hosting services providers, and VARs. Delivered as wholesale services to the channel, eFolder enables its partners to provide branded data protection and file sync services. The company also empowers partner and end-user private clouds, allowing partners to meet the needs of any client to engage in public cloud hosting services.