Webinar - Why OES Customers are Upgrading to Filr Advanced - July 18

Webinar - Why OES Customers are Upgrading to Filr Advanced - July 18

Many Open Enterprise Server (OES) customers have upgraded to Filr Advanced. Join us for the webinar, Why you should upgrade to Filr Advanced, on July 18, at 15:00 CEST, 10am EDT, where we will discuss why customers are upgrading to Filr advanced from Filr standard. We will show you the powerful features that Filr Advanced offers you!

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Here are some highlights;

  • Net Folder sharing

  • Custom branding

  • Data loss prevention

  • Outlook plugin

  • Enhanced collaboration, including file versioning

  • Multifactor authentication, with integration with NetIQ® Advanced Authentication

  • Enhanced security, including protection against ransomware

  • Support for zoning

  • File request links

Remember, Filr Standard is part of your OES solution, this webinar will show you why you should be using Filr Standard and the how and why of upgrading to Filr Advanced.

And all current OES and NOWS customers are eligible for special pricing for Filr Advanced.

To learn more about Filr Advanced, attend the webinar, or visit: www.microfocus.com/products/filr/

Or download this flyer "Why You Should Upgrade to Filr Advanced"

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