Comparisons

Databox provides a control oriented alternative to file sync and share platforms like Dropbox, Google Drive, and Anchor. The product is focused on maintaining the Windows file server experience and can even be used to enhance an existing file server for mobile access without replicating its data to the cloud. Try for Free

Databox vs Local

VPN

Remote Desktop

Native NTFS Permission
Folder Level Permission
On Demand Sync
Automatic File Locking
Drive Mapping
Doesn’t Require Offsite Cloud
Easy to Use
Low Cost
Auditing
Reporting
File Versioning
Ransomware Prevention

  Local

R

Reduce Licensing & Support Costs.

R

Access Application Data like PDFs & Office Documents from Any Device without using a VPN or RDP

R

Lower licensing and support costs than VPNs or Remote Desktops

R

Increase Usability & Mobility

R

Reserve VPNs and RDP for Access to Heavyweight Applications like QuickBooks.

Databox vs Cloud

Native NTFS Permission
Folder Level Permission
On Demand Sync
Automatic File Locking
Drive Mapping
Doesn’t Require Offsite Cloud
Easy to Use
Low Cost
Ransomware Prevention

  Cloud & Hybrid

When file server data is synchronized with or moved to the cloud, Databox focuses on maintaining the traditional Windows file server experience. This is achieved by maintaining existing access controls with file locking, mapped drives and on-demand synchronization that is based on a native file system driver for maximum performance and usability.

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Better Performance & Usability

R

Maintain Data Control

Databox vs Hybrid

Native NTFS Permission
Folder Level Permission
On Demand Sync
Automatic File Locking
Drive Mapping
Doesn’t Require Offsite Cloud
Easy to Use
Low Cost
Ransomware Prevention