What's a Vault?

Modified on: Wed, 28 Oct, 2020 at 10:33 AM


It's a cloud-only storage place where users can store files and share them with collaborators. For security, files are not automatically synchronized to any computers or devices, which makes it ideal to avoid any information breach. 


A vault can be provided by a specific company to their clients, or it can be created directly by FutureVault. Each vault can have a different package that will determine the number of entities, the types of folders and the storage. 


Type of Vault:


Independent vault

This vault wasn't provided by any company, and it was set up directly with FutureVault. The user with this vault will enjoy the predefined personal & business taxonomy, the number of entities and storage will vary depending on their package. 


Essential vault

This vault it's provided by a company and it could be branded. Provide the users with predefined company folders, that have been designed by this company to cover the different types of business with the user. The number of entities and storage will vary depending on their package. 


Premium vault

This vault it's provided by a company and it could be branded. Provide users with a combination of predefined company folders and the personal & business folders. The number of entities and storage will vary depending on their package. 


Corporate vault

An independent vault created by default with the corporation entity and it's set for the company to store and share their company documents. By default, the Administrator of the portal will have full access to this vault and have a direct link in the main menu of their administrative portal.


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