It’s the update you’ve all been waiting for – we are launching SuiteFiles new search engine! We know that reliable search is one of the pillars of good document management, and we’re excited to be getting ready to release these changes to all of our SuiteFiles customers.
We are so excited to be introducing you to the newest member of the SuiteFiles Family, Connect. Available in general release September 23rd!
We’re looking to grow
For the past 6.5 years the team has worked really hard to build a sustainable business. We think we’ve done that and now want to take the next step and grow quicker. You may have seen a recent article in the NBR (paywall here) that we’re looking to raise capital. The article details our plans to grow SuiteFiles. We’re doing this through the Snowball platform. Over the past couple of years we’ve put a lot of energy into refining and better understanding our metrics so we have a great platform for growth.
Today, I’m excited to announce our new partnership with UK cloud integrator, Bridge3. Knowledgeable and passionate about cloud technology, Bridge3 is our exclusive UK distributor and are perfectly placed to support SuiteFiles customers in the region.
For people starting out with SuiteFiles and migrating their file systems into Office 365, how much is the storage cap for Office 365 is one of the most common questions we get. Until last week the answer wasn’t a flash one. Microsoft used to give you 10GB plus another 0.5GB per licensed user. So, for a 20 person business that equates to 15GB of file storage capacity. Nowhere near enough for 95% of our customers. You could purchase extra capacity if required and just about everyone needed to do that.
Back in 2003 I decided that I wanted to "beef" up my management career and started doing an MBA. I wanted to go to the top. This was the first step in that career ride.
'Why do I need to back up my files in SuiteFiles? Doesn't Microsoft do that?'