Our infrastructures are hosted in UK by Microsoft Azure, one of the world leaders, created and managed in compliance with the most stringent security and compliance standards in the world: ISO 27001, ISO 27017, ISO 27018.
Hubshare is available in more than 50 regions of the world, with offices in the UK, France, Hong Kong.
Cloud or On-premise integration, your choice
Connect to all your hubs with a single ID, thanks to the unique SSO (Single Sign-On) authentication technology integrated with ADFS, Azure AD and any other SAML 2.0 compatible system.
Enable two-factor authentication, also known as 2FA, to add an additional level of security to your hub. So, in addition to your password, enter a unique code valid for a limited time on your smartphone.
Hubshare is subject to strict regulations regarding the protection of personal data. All data is therefore confidential and stored redundantly on our servers to avoid any risk of loss. Hubshare to encrypt content and rename files using the symmetric AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) algorithm.
Data encryption is performed by Microsoft Enhanced RSA and AES Cryptographic Provider, a FIPS 140-2 compliant cryptographic service provider (CSP) used by Hubshare to encrypt content and rename files using the symmetric AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) algorithm.
Data in transit
All data in transit is protected by our SSL (Secure Stockets Layer) certificate. The "SSL certificate" is a common way to express the use of SSL or TLS protocols. We use the TLS (Transport Layer Security) protocol to establish the encrypted connection between the web server and the browser.
Access and user rights
Types of users in Hubshare :
• Company admin : Has the ability to configure all the parameters related to the company and manage all users (internal and external).
• Hub admin : The creator of a Hub can define an internal user or group as an admin, which means they can invite users to the Hub and manage their rights.
• Internal user : A user who is part of the same company as the administrators. They can be invited to Hubs, have individual storage space and use Hubshare plugins (Outlook, Office, etc.).
• External user : Users who are not part of the same company as the administrators (customers, partners, service providers of the company). They are limited in functionality compared to internal ones but can still collaborate freely in the Hubs to which they have access.
Depending on the type of user, certain access and user rights are predefined. However, they can be modified indefinitely by the Hub administrators, who can choose what internal and external users can view and what actions they can perform in the Hub :
• The creation and customisation of Hubs
• The creation and editing of Hubs models
• Access to widgets
• Access to and use of the modules and the data integrated therein
"Hubshare demonstrated superior adaptability and seamless integration to our current workflows while maintaining ease of use for both internal and external users."
Managing Partner at Bishop & McKenzieRead the case study
“We did a lot of research and tested all of the best platforms at the time, and for us, we found Hubshare was the most user friendly.”
Manager of Digital Solutions at Harwood AndrewsRead the case study
“One of the things that we wanted to implement first was a way to securely upload documents to a data room and that’s how we began the partnership with Hubshare.”
IT Director at Steele RaymondRead the case study
"Currently, Madgwicks leasing and franchising groups leverage Hubshare’s extranet capabilities to present key information and files in secure, branded collaboration workspaces for client access."
IT Manager of Madgwicks LawyersRead the case study