Company A has many files on an on-premises file server that includes graphics files, such as Adobe Photoshop files. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, company A wants to enable remote access to these files for employees working from home and remote locations. The company allowed a VPN connection which typically runs over the Internet, but the Internet has quite different network characteristics than a company or home network. Local networks usually offer a high amount of download bandwidth, low and stable latency, very little packet loss, and almost no data corruption. Contrary to that, Internet connections offer a lot less bandwidth and have a relatively high, very fluctuating latency, and data corruption is a norm.
Employees accessing the files over VPN connections started to complain about very slow directory browsing (because of significant latency). Copying a remote location file was very slow and opening files on home or remote computers was slower. Company A considered 100% cloud-based solutions to circumvent this issue but decided against it due to the large amount of data on the file server and the lengthy migration time to the cloud. Recreating folder permissions after the migration was also a significant concern for this company as pure cloud solutions do not keep the folder permissions intact.
Company B does a lot of digital advertising, including online advertisements, online websites, online inventory, and social media. Their photo libraries doubled in size last year. The photo libraries span several network shares, with each share totaling more than 250 GB. The total size of the library is around several Tera-Bytes, including creative artworks dated back to early 2000 with more than 100,000 files. Since the start of the pandemic, employees started to work from home. The most significant pain comes from accessing the photo libraries from remote and home locations. Creative designers need to visit the photo libraries frequently, and directory listing is prolonged and accessing the files is slow for this amount of data every day. The slowness is so intolerable that one employee has to come back to the office to complete the design work.
The file servers have 10-15 TB worth of data, so the company doesn't want to single out the photo libraries to be migrated to either OneDrive or SharePoint. But neither OneDrive nor SharePoint is cost-effective or migration-effective to accommodate the file server content completely. They want a hybrid, file server cloud-synchronization solution to keep everything on-premise and with an online portal without using a VPN for file access.
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Triofox bridges file servers and cloud storage for secure remote access without the need for a VPN.
Accessing files and folders directly from within a web browser is as interactive as from a desktop drive.
Triofox leverages cloud storage for secure mobile file sharing from a web browser or a mobile application.
Triofox sets up a hybrid deployment between local file servers and cloud storage that can be seamlessly converted to cloud-only.
The remote access solution extends the current internal Windows file server's reach to remote locations via HTTPS and web protocols. It is privacy by default.
The same corporation owns the internal Windows file server and existing IT infrastructure, including the new Triofox server and the files and folders on the file server are privately owned.
The internal Windows file server is the data repository for the newly added remote file access service. For employees, the files at work are the same files available remotely on mobile devices.
Since files never leave the current on-premise file servers, it is much easier to pass compliance auditing. The new remote access server is the only component that needs additional work.
The same NTFS permissions that were in place to protect the internal Windows file server files will be the same permission control in place to protect the remote file access service.