Syncplicity is owned by EMC, a global leader in cloud, big data and trusted IT. Syncplicity focuses on enterprise-grade secure file sharing and mobile collaboration solutions. Their products are used for a wide array of solutions, including providing access to files from any computer or device, file distribution to a mobile workforce, securely sending large files that replaces FTP, and providing real-time document backup and continuous availability. Synplicity works with SafeNet Authentication Manager to up the level of security and access control when accessing shared content.With its secure file sharing and collaboration solution, Syncplicity provides users and IT with security and control. To help achieve the desired enhanced access control and security, Syncplicity works with SafeNet Authentication Manager which guards access to shared and stored content. 2811 Mission College Blvd.Santa ClaraCalifornia
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Syncplicity: SaaS and Web Apps with SafeNet Authentication Manager
Syncplicity syncs and shares files, protects data, and stores content, allowing their customers to file share, store content, and collaborate smoothly. They also engineer solution apps for mobile devices that provide a good experience for users with an easy-to-use interface. Syncplicity integrates with SafeNet Authentication Manager (SAM), which provides strong authentication for Syncplicity’s cloud-based file backup, sharing, and synching solution. The Syncplicity environment is configured to work with ‘static’ passwords, and SafeNet Authentication Manager augments this with strong authentication.
When working with SAM, Syncplicity can be configured for Single Sign-On (SSO) capability using SafeNet Authentication Manager for the strong authentication function. When a user wants to connect to Syncplicity using an external portal provided by SafeNet Authentication Manager (SAM), the external portal collects the user's credentials and passes them to SafeNet Authentication Manager for authentication. SAM evaluates the credentials, and returns an accept or reject response to the external portal.