If you provide a business service such as accounting, marketing, or legal services, one of the best ways to get the most out of Onehub is to create a client (or customer) portal. Doing so gives your business a more professional look, improves your user experience, and can help you with customer retention.
We’ve helped thousands of companies with their collaboration tools over the years, and here are the three best practices we’ve learned for creating an effective client portal. Read More…
We built the new Onehub Sync to be fast. But when your company is collaborating on mission critical files, you also need security. Protecting your data is our top priority at Onehub, which is why we made sure the new Onehub Sync is secure.
In addition to encrypting communication between peers you sync with, files stored in the cloud through Onehub are encrypted in transit and at rest. In this brief video, Onehub CEO, Charles Mount and Onehub CTO, Brian Moran, provide a brief explainer on the security built in to Onehub Sync.
Too often in business, when we encounter a problem we think of the solution in terms of “either/or.” Instead of limiting our options, a better approach is to view any potential outcome as a “both/and.” When my company, Onehub, looked at the problem of enterprise file synchronization, we knew that using a combination of both cloud and peer-to-peer technologies offered the best solution.
File syncing is the way you make sure the files you have spread across various locations are all up to date. When you make a change on your laptop, syncing ensures that those changes propagate out to not only all of your devices — but to everyone else you have shared those files with.
It’s no surprise cloud adoption is accelerating in the enterprise. Cloud offers a level of convenience, flexibility, and ubiquity that can’t be matched by local network storage. But the cloud lacks in one major area — speed. Updating files via local networks is faster — but you lose out on some of the convenience of the cloud.
When doing large scale file syncing, enterprises need both speed and convenience. Read More…
Onehub released its all new Onehub Sync app today, delivering a better file sync and collaboration experience for the enterprise. You can read all about it here and here. But if you are looking for a more multimedia explainer, we’ve prepared a brief video for you. In it, Onehub CEO, Charles Mount, Onehub CTO, Brian Moran and Onehub Lead Developer, Leigh Caplan walk you through the basics of Onehub Sync’s “peer-to-peer+one” approach, and why it’s so powerful.
The new Onehub Sync isn’t just fast and secure, it’s also easy to set up and use. To help you start syncing as soon as possible, we created a short screencast that walks you through all the steps of installing and using the new Onehub Sync. If you have any questions or need some additional help setting up the new Onehub Sync, feel free to contact our awesome support team, who will be happy to help!
Last year we spoke to a number of our customers to find out what Onehub feature was most important to them. Across the board they said they wanted faster file syncing for workgroups. So we set out to build the fastest and best file sync on the market, and today we’re happy to announce the official release of the all-new Onehub Sync.
We introduced the Onehub Sync beta a few months back, and a number of Onehub customers helped us test the product. Response has been fantastic, and we’ve made a few nips, tucks, and tweaks to enhance it even more.
The all-new Onehub Sync is built from the ground up to deliver blazing fast updates for the enterprise. To do this, we created an approach we call “peer-to-peer+one,” which leverages the power of the BitTorrent Sync API and adds a layer of tools that meet the business requirements of large-scale companies. Read More…
In a post on the company’s corporate blog, Breakwater President and Co-Founder, Beau D’arcy breaks down the Nuts and Bolts of Raising Capital. D’Arcy writes that Data Rooms are a “critical tool” in this process and explains why he likes using Onehub’s Data Room solution. Not only is it an easy way to store business plan documents in the cloud, it’s great to share that data with investors:
Then you can give investors access to the Data Room and, my favorite part, you get to monitor their activity from your control panel. Being able to see if investors are actually accessing your Data Room will tell you how serious they are, and therefore how much time you should devote to them in your sales process. You can also tell if folks are viewing, printing or downloading individual files, so if one investor is spending a lot of time on your financial model, you should think about a touch-point that’s relevant, like maybe some supporting stats published in a magazine that validate your revenue projections. And, a key to this system, is that a nondisclosure screen pops-up when you first access the Data Room, which simplifies the whole NDA issue greatly and helps to protect your intellectual property.