Access Your Network Storage From Anywhere
Secure Remote File Access and Sharing

Through a secure web connection and your Active Directory identity, access files to which you have access rights located on your organization’s network. Securely share files with users outside your organization through an authenticated web-based guest access portal.

Intuitive Interface

The interface is built to look and act like Windows so it's intuitive with little or no training required. Once authenticated, all approved storage areas are automatically mounted where stored files can be accessed, modified, created, etc.

Advanced File Sharing

For collaboration with users outside of the organization, Aurora lets you securely share files outside your network – including files larger than those allowed to be shared via email – through an authenticated web-based guest access portal.

Admin Control

Using Aurora’s intuitive web management interface, system administrators can set up two-factor authentication, create interface background branding, and establish which group shares are accessible to individual users.

Remote, Web-based Access to Windows Folders
Remote, Web-based Access to Windows Folders

Through Microsoft Active Directory authentication via a web browser, Aurora provides user-defined access to approved user and group storage areas. Furthermore, Aurora does so without the need for login scripts. Aurora provides the ability to remotely create folders, upload/download multiple folders and files at once, rename, delete, copy and paste files and folders, along with the ability to locate files through search and filter options.

External User File Sharing
External User File Sharing

Enhance inter-organizational collaboration by providing the ability to securely share files with users outside your organization through your company branded, web-based guest access portal. Avoid the limitations, constraints, and risks of email or public cloud sharing platforms by accessing and sharing files directly from your network storage through the Aurora interface.

Secure, Identity-based User Access
Secure, Identity-based User Access

Aurora users can log in from their workstation, laptop, or mobile device over a secure web connection through any supported browser. Secure authentication is assured through Microsoft Active Directory credentials and, if enabled by the administrator, two-factor authentication via time-based one-time passwords (TOTP). Aurora matches the user’s unique identity to the storage areas which they are authorized to access and then displays the user’s home folder and any authorized group share folders in an intuitive Windows Explorer-like interface.

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