The File Fabric Slack integration enables you to share your files stored in the Storage Made Easy File Fabric with users on Slack. The File Fabric solution offers a “blanket” that company's can privately apply to wrap around all their data: on-premises, within a public cloud, or on a third party software vendors’ cloud (SharePoint or SalesForce for example). The File Fabric support over 60 storage connectors including WebDav, FTP, Amazon S3, Azure, Cloudian, OpenStack Swift, Dropbox, Windows File Shares, NFS and more. Customers can use the File Fabric Slack integration to secure privately shared links for customers with a focus on compliance regimes, such as GDPR, HIPPA, FERPA and GBLA.The full list of storage endpoints supported are:CIFS / SMB, NAS, SAN, NFS, Microsoft SharePoint, Alfresco, Zimbra briefcase, Amazon S3, Azure Blog Storage, Google Storage, Google Nearline, Amazon Glacier, Cloudian, SwiftStack, OpenStack, Ceph, Open.io, Box, DropBox, Evernote, EMC Atmos, Basecamp, Huddle, Caring, IBM COS, CloudME, CMIS, ECS, HPSS, Egnyte, Google Drive, Office 365, HGST, Scality, Jive, IBM Files Anywhere, Igneous, Memset. Minio, OneDrive, RackSpace, Wasabi, Softlayer, Leonovus, WebDav, FTP, FTPS, SFTP, Oracle OpenStack and other S3 compatible and OpenStack compatible Clouds,
SME Enterprise File Fabric will ask to:
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