Camaleon File Server Manager (FSM) is a solution that seeks to delegate the administration of the file server to key business users without the need for the intervention of the systems department.
By acquiring this solution, the Prisma Soluciones Tecnológicas team will provide support in the implementation, deployment and development of the service in your Azure environment.
Camaleón FSM is a solution that seeks to delegate the administration of the file server to key business users without the need for the intervention of the systems department. Users have different roles: the administrator is the person in the business to whom certain file server tasks are delegated so that they can assign the benefits to their work team as needed, the reader can only read the content and the writer can read, create and edit content.
File server manager is a web management and administration tool for file servers with the following characteristics: *Ability to administer and manage multiple file servers. *Azure Active directory integration creating groups and assigning permissions automatically. *Integration with File servers creating folders and assigning permissions automatically. *Self-manageable request approval and rejection flow. *No more micromanagement by IT assigned permissions in Azure AD or File server. *Configurable folder level management. *Notifications via mail of requests, approvals / rejections, requests for new folders. *Reports by folders of inconsistencies and requests for permissions. *Reports by users of permissions on folders.
Mobility benefits: *Access to management information from anywhere, at any time and from any device *Cloud application support *Real-time information
It allows the administration of access through the creation and configuration of user access, with agility in permissions and accesses and the possibility of controlling the identity of users.
At the security level, it provides a high level of security and protection of information, allows tracking and reporting of user activity and auditing of permission changes.