What are the differences between Tresorit and ShareFile?

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Let us understand the concepts of Tresorit and ShareFile before learning the differences between them.


ShareFile was launched by Jesse Lipson in the year 2005 and was later owned by Citrix system in the year 2011. It can be integrated with any third party applications and current file storage systems to ensure flexible and synchronous file storage, modification, saving, sending and retrieval of files. It accommodates the secure sending of large files, with the ability to send and receive files of up to 100 GB in size.

It helps us to access the files from any device, mobile or desktop, allowing you to work anywhere. We can also add an e-signature feature to our documents, provide tracking tools and get notified when files are received.


The features of ShareFile are as follows −

  • ShareFile Sync

  • Desktop Widget

  • Version Control

  • Collaboration Tools

  • Compliance

  • Tracking

  • Document Archiving

  • Document Assembly

  • Document Indexing

  • Document Retention

  • e-Signature

  • File Recovery


The advantages of ShareFile are as follows −

  • We can share documents

  • Unlimited storage

  • Send and receive files in a more safe and secure way.

  • Software includes a number of features.


The disadvantages of ShareFile are as follows −

  • Difficult to non-tech people to handle

  • Outlook extension of ShareFile is not good

  • Sometimes documents are shown as corrupted and forced to reload.

  • Transferring takes a lot of time.


It is an ultra-secure place in the cloud used to store, sync, and share files within your organization and with external partners.

It is a premium cloud storage service which has an end-to-end encrypted, zero-knowledge content collaboration platform that is designed to safeguard the digital valuables of individuals and organizations with the highest classification in the cloud.


The features of Tresorit are as follows −

  • Share files securely with anyone in an organization

  • Access the work documents from anywhere, at any time, on any device.

  • Keep the stored files safe from unauthorized access and data breaches

  • Large amounts of file storage

  • Fine control of synchronization having deleted version recovery

  • Administrative reports and analysis

  • File Request feature


The advantages of Tresorit are as follows −

  • It is an End-to-end encrypted

  • There is Gmail and Outlook integration, and also it provides 3 GB storage for free and for paid 500 GB – 2,500 GB

  • It has 24/7 support services.


The disadvantages of Tresorit are as follows −

  • The paid versions are more expensive

  • It is little bit complicated to use


The major differences between ShareFile and Tresorit are as follows −

ShareFile was owned by Citrix systems in the year 2005.
Tresorit was acquired by Tresorit in 2014.
ShareFile offers 30 days free trial for maximum storage size is 10 GB
Tresorit offers 3 GB free storage space.
ShareFile maximum storage size is unlimited .
The maximum storage capacity is 1000GB.
ShareFile provides commercial file sharing service and file synchronization service
Tresorit provides file hosting, file synchronization and cloud storage service.
ShareFile maximum file is 10 GB to 100 GB based on plans.
Tresorit's maximum file is 500 GB for free and the rest paid.
ShareFile bandwidth will vary according to paid plans.
Tresorit does not have a bandwidth limit.
ShareFile does not have client-side encryption.
Tresorit has client- side encryption.
ShareFile supported by Windows, OS X, Android and iOS operating systems.
Tresorit is supported by Windows, OS X, Linux, Android, BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Phone operating systems.
Updated on 17-Mar-2022 11:30:13