Maytech annually conduct a customer satisfaction survey to gather information about what we are doing well and where we can do better. Our ultimate goal is to provide an excellent customer experience.Continue reading →
Today, Maytech introduce Quatrix's automated activity report feature, which provides a comprehensive dashboard of critical information on what is happening with your team's files inside and outside your organisation.Continue reading →
Fast information exchange and stringent security measures don’t usually go hand in hand.
But while companies implement strict security policies due to complicated compliance requirements, regular users are prone to overlook security measures and go ahead with insecure, but convenient file sharing option.
Maytech, a global leader in secure file sharing for businesses since 2006, is happy to announce a new feature in our ever growing list of available enterprise capabilities: Single Sign On (SSO) Login and ADFS integrations.Continue reading →
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months you’ll know that in just a few days, on 25th May, the new EU GDPR legislation will take effect. Any failure to comply could land you in hot water, with hefty fines of up to €20m or 4% of global turnover.Continue reading →
Maytech would like to extend our sincere gratitude to everyone who completed our Customer Voice Survey 2017.
We will be announcing the winner of the iPad on social media shortly.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new data security product - Quatrix Vault®.Continue reading →
Information security is something businesses do not dare to ignore these days, be it a huge corporation or a modest startup.
On average a data breach costs $4m and this is already an argument for having a proper security system in place.Continue reading →
Over the last few years, China has become renowned for not only its strict culture but its highly-regulated online world too. The most notorious part of this online regulation being the ‘Great Firewall of China’ –the Chinese government’s firewall which regulates its domestic internet.
Two decades after its implementation, the government believe it has protected Chinese internet users’ privacy and national interests. However, some officials are now suggesting the regulation and censorship has gone too far.Continue reading →