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Clearing the Obstacles to Effective Collaboration with AeroFS

Collaboration and file sharing go together. And with cloud and mobile computing, file sharing is easier than ever. But once a meeting is over, where do those files and data actually go? From a security standpoint, the possibilities are scary. According to EMA Research’s 2015 State of File Collaboration Security report, more than...

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Earlier this year, Facebook open sourced React Native. For those unfamiliar with React Native, it is a framework that allows you to write native iOS and Android apps using JSX and Javascript. As a result, developers who are familiar with React.JS can use their existing knowledge to write native mobile apps – all they have to do is...

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This morning, we’re proud to announce a great new feature of AeroFS: the Attachment Manager for Microsoft Exchange. The Attachment Manager completely eliminates attachment size limits as well as storage quota issues due to large attachments, and enhances security at the same time. And the best part: the Attachment Manager will be...

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Until recently, the U.S.-based servers that make up the public cloud were considered a sanctuary for data. No more. In October 2015, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the 15-year-old data-transfer framework known as the “Safe Harbor Framework” is invalid. Under this ruling, if a company moves data between the...

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An annual conference of over 8,000 senior IT executives, Gartner Symposium is a great way to learn about the latest trends and meet with IT executives and vendors alike. And Tony Robbins is speaking at a keynote, in case you need some extra motivation I guess? AeroFS CEO and co-founder Yuri Sagalov...

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Here be dragons XMPP, has a long history at AeroFS. It has been a key component of our peer-to-peer overlay network for the past 5 years. We’ve used it for peer discovery, multicast across LAN boundaries, and as a signaling channel to establish peer-to-peer connections though our relay service. On the one hand, it got the...

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This morning, Network World released its list of 40 hot products at VMworld 2015, and AeroFS is proud to be listed for its secure file sync and share solution. AeroFS provides secure file syncing and collaboration on premise for enterprises, enabling IT to maintain control over company data while end users enjoy...

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We recently started writing microservices in Go and, along the way, we wrote a small tool to automate building statically linked binaries and packaging them into minimal Docker containers. Today we’re releasing this tool as gockerize on GitHub, in the hope that it can be useful to others. It is a fairly simple tool but...

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TLDR: By porting some of our microservices from Java to Go, we reduced their resident memory footprint by orders of magnitude. In the beginning there was Java The AeroFS Appliance is composed of many microservices, and a vast majority of them were written in Java. Historically, this has not caused us any problems, as the...

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A year and a half ago we launched the AeroFS Private Cloud to bring secure collaboration to traditional enterprises. Our goal is to bring “consumer grade” collaboration tools to large enterprises with strict security, compliance, and data sovereignty requirements. Over the past 18 months we have had an incredible adoption with our...

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A key value of running AeroFS on your own infrastructure is the ability to get insights on how your organization collaborates and shares data. A little over a year ago, we launched the AeroFS Auditing Service, which allows IT administrators to audit all usage within AeroFS in real-time. The Auditing Service provides...

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