Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS)

The market for EFSS is very busy and confusing. The “name brand” solution may or may not be the right choice for your needs.  

The noise around Dropbox, Box, Egnyte, OneDrive and hundreds of others is deafening. By going it alone, you may end up wasting time and money. Like anything new, adoption is impacted by the simplicity of the user interface. Additionally, many of the low-cost options are self-installed and self-taught, which can be confusing and time-consuming.   

Our team can help you as an interested or disinterested partner. We have vetted EFSS brands for many different industries and know what solutions would best fit your business needs. For example, government contractors have completely different needs than construction industry contractors. Regardless of industry, we can simplify the process.  

Key factors in choosing the right EFSS: 

  • Syncing Capabilities
  • Sharing Abilities
  • Productivity Tools
  • Best Value
  • Security
  • User Management
  • Compliance 

Primary Benefits of EFSS with The Scarlett Group: 

  • Disinterested Engagement: If you are looking for a pure consulting relationship, The Scarlett Consulting Group's RFP Services | IT Purchasing services is your answer.      
  • Interested Engagement: If you are looking for a single source for consulting and licensing of the solution, our Solutions Group is a reseller for many of the best-in-class providers. We can streamline the process from start to finish.
  • Industry Experience: Our team has diverse experience in terms of industry requirements. We have worked with NIST, HIPAA and many other frameworks that have unique requirements. Compliance is just one of many factors to consider, however. Each industry has unique factors to consider - file size and complexity are important factors in the construction industries, for example.
  • Training: Our team is experienced with implementation and training on many of the top-notch solutions. It is critical that you have a knowledgeable partner to assist. Going it alone often leads to poor adoption, which is a waste of valuable time and financial resources.