SkyDox, a top-notch company that deals in cloud-based file sharing, storage and synchronization, announced today that it has been named the Best Web Tool Of 2012 by Web Hosting Search, which is a recognized product information source in the field of Information and Technology.
Web Hosting Search has been working over the past few years to bring lucidity around web applications and for IT professionals. It is committed to assisting users in pointing out and highlighting the products that bring more business value. SkyDox has previously been showcased as the site’s “Best File Sharing and File Transfer”, an award that was granted after Web Hosting Search thoroughly surveyed the market for best products available in that category.
SkyDox’s Collaboration Platform enables users to store, share and synchronize a number of files using any device with a browser. The platform provides more than just file sharing with the ability to collaborate on their files, which will definitely factor into individual and team productivity. Users are allowed to co-create and manage files and document-centered collaborations through mobile devices. It also provides a variety of business tools that include activity feeds, presence indicators and dynamic email alerts. The platform allows users to assign access privileges onfolder and document level so as to minimize the chances of passing on a confidential file without proper authorization. It also allows users to keep track of file accesses and page views, going on to details like the time a document was opened, the person it was shared with and which page is the most popular.
“We have focused on developing a platform that meets enterprise requirements for a simple-to-use application that provides a secure environment for multi-party file sharing and collaboration,” said Ali Moinuddin, SkyDox CMO. “Our application continues to be recognized as feature-rich secure collaboration platform that makes inter-company and intra-company collaboration more efficient as well as meets most collaborative and file sharing requirements.”