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Raleigh’s ShareFile Opens West Coast Data Center

Submitted by on 19 March, 2019 – 4:32 am

Secure file transfer solution revealed ShareFile (www.sharefile.com) has opened its third data center in California, enabling it to provide even faster upload and download file transfer speed service users in this region.

Raleigh, North Carolina ShareFile is a leading provider of tools for exchanging business files easily, safely and professionally. Unlike an FTP site, ShareFile can be accessed through any standard web browser and requires no software installation or special training. ShareFile has a million users spanning over 120 countries across industries including accounting, advertising, law, graphic design, consulting, healthcare and engineering.

According to its announcement on Monday, by adding this data center to its list of points of presence worldwide, ShareFile can provide a world-class service to customers in more places around the world, is different from the other competitors.

“Recently we have established an additional center in Ireland to serve our European customers, and adding a location on the west coast of the U.S. that are able to expand our reach in North America and to provide our customers and their customers with improved data rates “ShareFile CEO Jesse Lipson said in a statement. “We’ve heard from customers in those areas that have seen a remarkable difference in the speed of file transfer.”

All data centers are protected ShareFile with multiple redundant power supplies to ensure that data is easily accessible during a natural disaster. To protect against data loss, the servers are equipped with technology that automatically mirrors all data in real time on two separate sites. complete backup of all system data are carried out periodically to ensure that no data is lost and is always 100 percent safe.

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