February - 2015 - issue > 25 Most Promising Cloud Computing Companies

Vaultize: Offering A Secure & Enterprise-Ready Alternative

Rashmisree Deb
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Rashmisree Deb
In recent times, doing things in the 'Cloud' has become a common catch phrase. Enterprises, big or small, are trying to find out how to use the Cloud to replicate the Google's effectiveness, but the biggest challenge bothering the CIOs and IT managers today are not same as yesteryears. Their pain points with respect to security, data loss and compliance risks are arising with the use of consumer file sharing platforms such as Dropbox, increase in workforce mobility and the growing trend towards BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Sensing the same, Vaultize emerged as a niche partner who has the knack of taking your business to new heights holding your hand, rather than saying goodbye once delivering a solution. Established in 2010, the company provides an enterprise platform for EFSS (Enterprise File Sync & Share), mobile collaboration and VPN-free secure anywhere access to corporate content repositories with Digital Rights Management (DRM), MCM (Mobile Content Management), continuous data protection and end-to-end security – everything with complete IT control and visibility. Today, Vaultize stand a cut above the rest by bringing together these capabilities and offering them through various flavors of Cloud Computing including private Cloud, public Cloud, on-premise and purpose-built appliances.

Pioneer in the space, the Pune headquartered company focuses on large and mid-sized enterprises helping them with file sharing, FTP replacement, Virtual Data Room (VDR), mobile collaboration, BYOD, Digital Rights Management (DRM), control over email attachments, endpoint backup and Data Loss Prevention. The loopholes of Dropbox – one of the top-rated online Cloud storage centres, limitation of FTP – a traditional medium of transferring files and uncontrolled emails has paved way for Vaultize to take the centre stage where end-users and IT both have a win-win situation.

Vaultize provides end-to-end security to secure corporate information particularly in the context of file sharing either on public Cloud (hosted on Amazon) or private Cloud. It also gives an option to the clients to buy their technology or solution in terms of licensing the software so as to deploy it on the data centre or private Cloud. Recent launch of Digital Rights Management (DRM) – a shield to protect data and information – has made Vaultize stand out from the crowd. "We are one of the few companies who include DRM together with file sharing. DRM applications today has more synergy with file sharing and we provide a platform to protect sensitive data when it goes beyond corporate boundary," says Anand A. Kekre, Co-Founder & CEO, Vaultize. "From the time a file is created through the time it is being used and then shared with the third-party, and later downloaded on third-party device, it completely goes in a secure envelope. It can only be accessed if the recipient has been given the appropriate rights. The sender can also remotely revoke the access rights at any time. This is our patent-pending micro-containerization technology – very promising to companies in regulated and security conscious verticals," he adds.

With an experienced R&D team and presence in more than 50 countries, including the U.S., Europe, MEA and APAC, Vaultize is one of the most promising companies in the space. To fuel their tremendous growth, TATA Capital has funded and helped the company to establish strong footprints in U.S., Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. Embedded in its DNA, Innovation will be the key focus for Vaultize in the upcoming years.

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