Access your files anywhere, anytime

Synchronise work with your office colleagues. Access the same files as them. Prevent double-saving. Make sure your files have multiple versions. Backup your files regularly. Use your phone, tablet, PC, laptop or TV. Collaborate anywhere, anytime.



Filesharing can be dangerous if done incorrectly. Here are some methods that can be employed to suit your business’s needs.

Isolated, self-hosted

Highest file security. Files are isolated only to specific computers in a network, and servers are hosted in your office. Not very cost efficient, but has the highest security configurations.

Isolated, managed

Convenient and secure. You do not manage any hardware or software, and it’s configured to only allow your network to access the files. More cost efficient, and you have a solution without needing technical knowledge.

Private Network

“Click & forget” style. File sending only. Send large files up to 10GB per file to your clients. Your clients can only see the files shared to them, and it can expire. Cost efficient. Great for agencies / designers / creative industry.

Public Network

Simplest to start, but require a certain amount of configuration. Self-help. Easy to deploy, but not so easy to maintain long term. Can get expensive quickly. Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive or

Examples of Use

Filesharing networks can be used in a multitude of ways, and can be configured to suit most basic or advanced needs.


  • Sync to Desktop
  • Access via App / Mobile Browser
  • File Versioning
  • Tasks View
  • Calendar View
  • Simple Notification Service
  • Direct to Printer Printing
  • Set User Quota
  • Drag & Drop Folder
  • File Share to Email
  • File Share Expiration Date
  • Direct File Editing
  • Notes & Text Editing
  • Group Folders
  • File Access Controls
  • File Retention / Deletion Rules
  • End to End Encryption
  • Zip / Unzip Files
  • Access via SFTP
  • Simple Mail Integration
  • Many more….


Law Firms

A law firm shares case folders with the client so that they may view it at any time. The firm limits it to view-only, non-downloadable, and allow access only the email account holder for the period of consultation.


Doctor’s Office

The Doctor’s office segregates and shares private health reports and scanned images to his/her patient without needing them to bring any documents or files to the clinic during the visit.


Accounting Firms

Staff at the accounting firm uploads specific reports to a folder every week so that the client do not need to request for files, or to scan through his/her email inbox when they need to look for a report.


Tuition / Education Centre

A tuition teacher or education staff uploads report cards, homework, resources or references to a specific folder that can be shared across parents / students, or privately with certain teachers / students / parents.


Surveyor / Architect

Design files and archived documents are stored digitally in an online repository, keeping them safe from fire, theft or any other forms of destruction. When needed, they can access the archive files at any time without paying full storage costs.


Car Mechanic / Repair Shops

Mechanics or repair shops can keep an archive of services performed to a specific vehicle, and access it later at any point in time or share it with the customer. Can also set notifications for next service or when a product is available.


Property / Insurance Agent

Property or insurance agents can configure files directly per folder for all their documents / images / videos and share it across multiple emails. Can also share link directly via Whatsapp / WeChat / Telegram.