When it comes to sending and storing large files such as course content, video, and more, there’s no better choice than Files.com. With easy-to-manage group and user permissions that can be tracked at any point by admins, and a platform that easily syncs with existing infrastructure, Files.com is the best choice for educational institutions.
A few of the top features of Files.com for the Education space:
Grant fine-tuned access to faculty and staff based on their department, position, or other role-specific needs easily and quickly.
With a single-file maximum of 5TB, Files.com supports uploading lots of data — from full course-content to complex legacy data archiving.
Share large files across departments with a single link, and set timers for links to self-destruct — total control over the files that you share with colleagues and students, alike.
Easily white label Files.com, adding your institution’s colors and insignia across the platform, from directory pages to shared links, with additional support for custom domains.
No long or difficult training sessions to get faculty, staff, or students onboard. We have desktop access, a beautiful web interface, and integration with existing environments.
Your data is critical, and Files.com treats it as such. Encryption both in-transit and at-rest and comprehensive access logging by default, with dedicated IP/custom SSL options.
Connect Files.com to over 750 applications using Zapier, including dozens of popular LMSs, such as Teachable and Matrix.
Our engineering team can build a custom integration that drops Files.com right into your workflow. All Enterprise plans include 10 hours of custom integration work.
Make it easier than ever to work with larger files and access control through the Microsoft Office 365 suite, with Files.com fully integrated.
The number of users you can have on your Files.com account — no more counting seats.
The maximum size of any single file a user can upload from any interface using Files.com.
The number of days in your free trial with Files.com — but you’ll love it from day one.