MARLBOROUGH, MA, August 06, 2014– Raven360, a leading cloud-based file distribution toolkit that adds content control, security and deep analytics to files, today announced the addition of Google Drive to its growing list of storage and file sharing vendor integrations. Raven360 already supports seamless integration with the most widely used enterprise and consumer file sharing platforms, Dropbox and Box.
Google Drive users can now protect, control and track all common file types shared online, including images, videos and PDFs. Raven360 enables Google Drive users to address security concerns by adding watermarks to files and videos; limits on file viewing, printing and forwarding; engagement and activity analytics; and more – preventing unauthorized access to data, screenshot taking, credential sharing, and other data leakage risks.
“The addition of Google Drive to our existing list of vendor integrations will further Raven360’s market position as a leading value added service for file sharing platforms,” said Ronald Matros, CEO, Raven360. “Seamless integration with partners such as Raven360 will be an indispensable asset to file sharing vendors looking to combat commoditization, as well as enterprises looking to prevent data leaks and improve analytical tracking capabilities.”
The popularity and skyrocketing adoption of cloud-based file sharing and storage services have made it easy for consumers and businesses alike to collaborate and share content with multiple users. However, these services lack the security controls required to mandate and track with whom, how and when file and content are shared. Raven360 aims to solve the secure file sharing problem with a flexible, cloud-based security layer that provides content control, protection, tracking and analytics.
To begin using Raven360, Google Drive users can download the app for free in the Chrome Web Store. To secure files with Raven360, Google Drive users simply right click a file and select “Protect and Track with Raven360.” Seamless integration with Google Drive files is also available within the Raven360 web platform. A free trial of Raven360 is available to all users and full pricing information is available here: http://www.contentraven.com/pricing-options.
To see a video demo of the Google Drive integration, please visit: http://youtu.be/p3-6Y7arGsw.