A Secure File Transfer Service for SMBs

— December 26, 2013

Biscom has launched SecureMail, an enterprise-class cloud-based secure file transfer service geared for SMBs. The solution, priced from $15 per month, is ideal for organizations looking to quickly, easily, and securely transfer documents with employees or business partners.

According to a recent Gartner report, “Security, compliance and management are top priorities for IT organizations in enterprise file synchronization and sharing (EFSS), as well as in MDM (mobile device management. Organizations planning BYOD should include file synchronization and sharing requirements in conjunction with MDM.”

Biscom SecureMail was designed for small to medium businesses (SMBs) looking to embrace the security of a rock solid file transfer solution without having to manage on-premises servers. The solution enables fast set up, and simple billing. Files that are sent using Biscom SecureMail automatically are deleted after 30 days.

Key Features

  • No limits to file size
  • No capital expense associated with on premise servers
  • No operational impact on IT staff
Additionally, Biscom SecureMail complements the on-premises Biscom Secure File Transfer solution. An organization looking to get started in this can quickly configure Biscom SecureMail and be sending files within minutes.  As their secure file transfer needs grow, they may upgrade to Biscom SFT to support unlimited scalability in the file size of transfers, no file retention restrictions, and complete control over SFT configuration and policies.

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