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NYNJA Intros Enterprise-Grade, Encrypted Document, and File Management System

January 08, 2021

Secure document sharing remains critical today as news of breaches and compromised attacks flood the headlines. These vulnerabilities are especially large for those sending and receiving files with sensitive and private information and that are missing-critical.

To help ensure organizations have access to a safe and efficient way to send and share files, NYNJA, a security-first, all-in-one communications platform has launched NYNJA Drive, an enterprise-grade, encrypted document, and file management system including file hosting, file sharing, and large file transfer.

With the new offering, organizations can easily and confidently share documents with employees and other verified users as well as manage and update files right from an easy to access platform.

"The launch of NYNJA Drive brings the business communications platform sector out of the dark ages when it comes file sharing," said JR Guerrieri, Co-Founder, and CEO, NYNJA Group.

The single sign-on (SSO), HIPAA, and SOC2 compliant drive integrates with existing NYNJA accounts and eliminates the need for multiple applications by providing sharing and storage for conferencing, chat, and files all in one seamless business solution.

With social distancing and remote work now becoming a standard for many organizations, finding a way to increase productivity while still maintaining security has become essential. NYNJA Drive lets companies set permission-based access to documents by creating encryption (passwords and duration information) for all files and media sent to users.

The offering also makes it possible to maintain old and newer versions of the files, share them as a link with no login required, and manage permissions for sharing the files internally and externally.

"Drive is a significant leap forward for our customers who rely on sharing and storing files on the NYNJA unified communications platform because it renders expensive file storage services like Dropbox (essentially) useless!" said Guerrieri.

Edited by Maurice Nagle


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