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August 26, 2014

Content Raven Toolkit Now Supports Google Drive

Content Raven, a provider of cloud-based file distribution solutions, stated that its toolkit now supports Google (News - Alert) Drive in order to ensure maximum access control and in-depth analysis for all basic file formats including video files.

Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service that can be installed by users to keep their computers backed up and ready to access from anywhere.

Content Raven’s file distribution toolkit adds content control, security and deep analytics to files, and it already features support for seamless integration with other enterprise and consumer file sharing platforms like Dropbox (News - Alert) and Box. Now with Content Raven, Google Drive users have the option to add watermarks to their files, limit file viewing and sharing and block unauthorized access and prevent data leakage risks.

Ronald Matros, CEO at Content Raven, commented, “The addition of Google Drive to our existing list of vendor integrations will further Content Ravens market position as a leading value added service for file sharing platforms. Seamless integration with partners such as Content Raven will be an indispensable asset to file sharing vendors looking to combat commoditization, as well as enterprises looking to prevent data leaks and improve analytical tracking capabilities.”

Content Raven explained that it provides unlimited storage and unlimited accounts for users’ receivers in the cloud enabling them to distribute their assets safely to all corners of the globe and stream all types of files including videos, Word documents, PDFs, images, spreadsheets and more. Unlike other sharing services, Content Raven allows users to stream video content which means the video files sent will not remain on the receiver’s device which in turn prevents data leaks and unauthorized sharing.

To begin using Content Raven, Google Drive users are directed to download the app for free in the Chrome Web Store. Content Raven aims to solve the secure file sharing problem with a flexible, cloud-based security layer that provides content control, protection, tracking and analytics.

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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