Common Internet File System (CIFS)

CIFS is one way that StrongBox connects to a storage network.

What is CIFS?

CIFS is a standard connectivity protocol for computers/users to share files across networks. CIFS is viewed as a complement to existing internet application protocols like HTTP. CIFS, widely used in Windows environments, is one protocol by which StrongBox connects to other components of a data storage network.

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