NYNJA, the security-first, all-in-one communications platform for all mission-critical communications needs, today announced the launch of NYNJA Drive, to provide businesses with an enterprise grade, encrypted document and file management system including file hosting, file sharing, and large file transfer. NYNJA Drive is a single sign-on (SSO), HIPAA and SOC2 compliant drive that integrates with your existing NYNJA account to enable easy, safe, and secure document sharing in and outside of your organization.
NYNJA Drive was created for high reliability and performance, combined with the convenience of an integrated unified file management solution. With NYNJA Drive, companies can provide employees with permissioned access to documents by creating their own encryption (passwords and the duration information is available to view or download) for files and media sent to both NYNJA and non-NYNJA users, organized into folders called “libraries”. The file sharing system also ensures that organizations can keep their documents current and most importantly versioned!
NYNJA eliminates the need of multiple tools or applications to accomplish business tasks such as conferencing, chatting, and file sharing.
“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. “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!”
Currently, there are no business communication platforms that offer file sharing and storage all within a single, seamless business solution.
Other features of NYNJA Drive include:
- Maintain versions of files and revert back to previous snapshots
- Share files by link, with no login required by the recipient
- Manage permissions for files and libraries for internal and external users; share with colleagues automatically
- Create encrypted password protected libraries where you own the key or simply put the password