FileFlex Enterprise lets SharePoint users easily and securely share files with non-SharePoint users

Now Supports Remote Access, Sharing and Collaboration of SharePoint Document Libraries

TORONTO - Dec. 5, 2019 - PRLog -- Qnext Corp., the innovator of FileFlex - a service delivery platform based on decentralized edge-cloud architecture - today announced that FileFlex now supports remote access, sharing and collaboration of both on-premises and cloud-based Microsoft SharePoint files and document libraries.

SharePoint is one of the most popular document management platforms used by over 104,000 organizations internationally, of which over 5,000 have more than $1 Billion in revenue.[1]  Originally designed as an intranet and content management system for internal purposes and hosted on-premises, SharePoint is also available online as a cloud-based platform.  The cloud-based version of SharePoint offers ease of deployment and use, while the on-premises version allows organizations to not store confidential company information on third-party servers and instead keep it behind their corporate firewall.

FileFlex Enterprise offers SharePoint users easy access, file sharing and collaboration both with remote workers and with external parties such as vendors, partners and customers without using a VPN.  Sharing SharePoint files securely with non-SharePoint users without using the cloud has never been easier.

"Using FileFlex Enterprise to remotely access SharePoint document libraries provides a simple, easy-to-use and consistent user experience that spans all user storage, not just content on the SharePoint network," said Anthony DeCristofaro, president and CEO of Qnext.  "This really simplifies business collaboration activities and helps meet regulatory requirements. FileFlex Enterprise, effectively manages and streamlines access to SharePoint content. It does this by connecting remote users that are not on the private SharePoint network, with SharePoint content. And, most importantly, it does this without compromising security and it maintains full control over the transmission of confidential information."

FileFlex Enterprise is the answer to the issues faced by organizations that host SharePoint on-premises because it allows remote access, sharing and collaboration of on-premises SharePoint over the internet.  And it does so with a very secure, easy-to-use experience without compromising security and without moving confidential SharePoint files to a third-party.  And users can now access, share and collaborate on-premises SharePoint from all of their devices – tablets, smart phones and secondary PCs.  This enables today's distributed workforce, while protecting the privacy of confidential information by allowing it to be kept on company owned storage devices, on-premises, behind the corporate firewall, in specific geographic regions and access controlled.

FileFlex Enterprise also provides SharePoint users easy 'single-pane-of-glass' remote access and file management between the SharePoint database and on-premises storage such as servers, direct attached storage (DAS), PCs, file transfer protocol (FTP), network attached storage (NAS), select routers and storage area network (SAN) devices. In addition, the FileFlex Enterprise dashboard integrates with Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) providers such as Amazon S3, Azure and Google Cloud and other company cloud storage such as public, private, EFSS and hybrid cloud storage.

Now, for example, from any remote PC, tablet or smartphone, a user can perform file management functions like cut, copy, paste, rename, delete and create a folder between SharePoint and all other company storage.  And, as well, they can share any files that they have, stream any media or collaborate with file editing and locking.  All of these activities are tracked and secure under the control and visibility of IT.

Through its patented, virtualized distributed content system, FileFlex Enterprise is now  the world's most cybersecure file sharing and collaboration platform for today's global, distributed workforce.  When combined with Intel® SGX it provides unique silicon-to-silicon enclave protection against snooping and intercept even if the system is compromised and takes a layered approach to cybersecurity. The secure eco-system created by these layers provides an absolute knock-out punch and brings 'Fort-Knox' type security to remote content access, sharing and collaboration.

About Qnext

Qnext, selected as a 2018 Red Herring Top 100 Global winner for disruptive technology with its FileFlex product, is an innovator in file sharing and collaboration software based on edge computing technology. It is differentiated in that it uses a decentralized or edge cloud computing architecture instead of the traditional centralized cloud model. FileFlex Enterprise is a cybersecurity solution for on-premises and multi-cloud file sharing and collaboration and provides a cybersecure hybrid point-to-point service that enables organizations to remotely access, share, stream, manage and collaborate 100% of their data from source locations. For more information visit

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