Citrix ShareFile Standard vs. Enterprise edition

Citrix XenMobile customers of the MDM Edition and the App Edition will get ShareFile Standard for free. XenMobile Enterprise customers will have ShareFile Enterprise included. But what is the difference between the ShareFile Standard Edition and ShareFile Enterprise Edition? And when should standard customers be upgrading to the Enterprise (or other) edition?

Unfortunately there is little or no information about the feature list between these two editions, The reason for this is that ShareFile Standard is not sold as a separate product.

With some research and some help from the ShareFile sales and product team I was able to create the feature list as follows;

Feature

Standard Enterprise
Unlimited Client Users X X
Custom Branding X X
24/7 Telephone Support X X
Connectors for SharePoint and Network Connections X X
Mobile Users can securely browse and download docs from SharePoint and CIFS Shares X X
Admins and Users can create connectors X X
Connectors Support Active Directory Authentication X X
Mobile device security X X
Read files from mobile devices X X
Enterprise Directory Integration (SAML)  X X
Edit files from mobile devices (currently only with iOS) X
Microsoft Outlook Plugin X
Windows Sync client X
On Premises Storage Options X
Cloud Storage Options X
User Management Tool X
Support for sharing files X

Conclusion

ShareFile Standard does not have the  possibility to store any data but only gives you read access to CIFS shares and SharePoint from mobile devices (connectors). If you want to use all the great ShareFile features like file storage (cloud or on premises) , share options, including the Microsoft Outlook Plugin and read/write access from almost every device, you definitely should upgrade to a higher ShareFile plan. For more information see the ShareFile pricing page.

About Robin Hobo

Robin Hobo

I work as a Senior Solution Architect with focus on the Modern Workspace. I am specialized in Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD), Windows 365 and Microsoft EM+S (including Microsoft Endpoint Manager - Microsoft Intune).

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