Introducing 365OmniDrive

365OmniDrive provides file sync between computers and mobile devices. It enables businesses to sync sensitive corporate files between laptops, desktops, smartphones, tablets, and the web.

It makes it possible for users to access all of their files on any device and to collaborate with colleagues, clients, and business partners.

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Your business may be at serious risk if your employees are using consumer-grade cloud-storage services, like Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive.
If you want the most-secure option for your business, talk to us about 365OmniDrive. It’s the only secure, business-grade, cloud file-sync service your business needs.
Available exclusively from 365 Technologies, 365OmniDrive key features:
  • Business-grade file sync, enabling secure file access from any device.
  • Secure and easy sharing, empowering user collaboration.
  • Administrative features and integrations, delivering security and control.
  • Military-grade encryption, exceeding industry standards.
Ask us about 365OmniDrive today and be among the first to get the most-secure file-sharing and storage system on the market.

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Other Features

Business-grade file sync:

  • Secure file access from anywhere there’s a connection, across multiple devices
  • Support for Windows, OS X, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone
  • Cloud-enabled existing file servers (File Server Enablement)
  • Access company files securely from anywhere without the use of VPNs

        Secure and easy sharing:

        • Public links for large file sharing
        • Team folders for internal collaboration
        • Secure links and enforced credentials for secure, external collaboration
        • Lock files to prevent editing
        • Outlook plug-in for file sharing
        • Password enforcement
        • Expiry-date policies
        • Download-limit policies
        • Download notifications
        • Personalized share messages


        • Comprehensive usage reports and activity logs
        • File-type exclusion
        • Remote desktops and device wipes
        • Granular user access and security controls
        • Active Directory (AD) integration
        • Data transfer over Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encrypted connections
        • HTTPS standalone processes run behind a firewall
        • Persistent and transient encryption key
        • Organizational privacy mode
        • Server-Side Encryption (SSE) using 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (256-bit AES) in transit and at rest