Unstructured (file-based) data makes up more than 80 percent of an organization's stored data. Galileo inventories and analyzes files stored on your network and in Microsoft 365 repositories, so you have the information you need to optimize and secure your stored files.
More than a dozen built-in reports detailing which users and departments are storing the most files, which files are irrelevant, the number and locations of duplicate files, the rate of storage growth, and much more.
Identify the user permissions for network folders and Microsoft 356 repositories, which users have access permissions to a specific storage location, and all the storage locations that a specified user has access to and where that access is derived.
An integrated set of data visualization applications designed to report, analyze, pinpoint, and highlight specific details on data stored on the enterprise network.
Today's organizations must be vigilant about restricting access to files containing personal information while safeguarding sensitive company information such as sales forecasts from being leaked. For file-based data stored on the network, it all comes down to knowing if the access permissions to folders storing sensitive information are properly established.
Trending reports can indicate the rate at which content on network shares is growing, providing you an idea of when you’re approaching storage capacity. With this information along with information from other reports, you can clean up ROT (redundant, outdated, or trivial files), or plan for when you will need to purchase additional network storage.
With potentially petabytes of unstructured data stored across your enterprise network and Microsoft 365 repositories, it can become quite challenging identifying precise files or file permissions details. In addition to Galileo's built-in reports and graphical analytics tools, you can utilize Custom Query reports to pinpoint files meeting very specific criteria.
Galileo has multiple licensing options for reporting on 1) Windows network file systems (including NAS devices), 2) Microsoft cloud repositories for OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online, and Teams, 3) Both Windows networks and the Microsoft cloud.
Galileo is licensed by user count. A user is considered anyone that has access rights to storage that is being reported on by Galileo.