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Access Control

Manage users and groups with a built-in LDAP server to control who can access spaces, folders, and files.


Are you leaving your data unprotected, blind to who accesses it?

Legacy storage systems are complex and require an I.T. staff to manage. Typically, the only way to control access to network storage is to bind an Active Directory or other user management server. These practices leave teams dependent on someone else to manage their own data. creative.space is changing the narrative when it comes to data protection by putting creatives back in control of their data and who has access to it.


Control access, without managing servers

creative.space is the first to integrate an LDAP server directly into a storage solution to support extended access control. Administrators can create users, assign them to specific roles and groups with customizable permission sets to restrict or give access to Spaces, folders, and files within the Web Application.


Real by Fake

The built-in LDAP server lets Real by Fake, a boutique post house in Los Angeles, divide their storage into separate Spaces, or "Walled Gardens," for each production as well as restrict or give access to specific users and groups. Their non-technical management team uses the creative.space Web Application to manage their system from a single interface without the need for a dedicated I.T. staff or command line.

Features that drive success

We’ve created a central hub for your data to make it easier for you and your team to navigate, collaborate, and participate in the creative process. The goal of creative.space’s content management software is to make everyday tasks quick and intuitive so that you can spend less time juggling drives and more time focusing on being creative.


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