Enterprise file sync & sharing News
November 06, 2017
Organizations that perform repetitious business tasks can benefit from Citrix ShareFile's workflow feature, which has seen numerous updates recently.
October 13, 2017
Organizations considering Box or deploying it to employees know that communication is paramount to user buy-in. Learn other tips for moving to Box.
July 26, 2017
The latest version of Ctera's file-sharing software takes the sync out of sync-and-share with intelligent caching built into Enterprise File Services Platform 6.
June 30, 2017
Box adds support for Microsoft Azure, which means organizations can take advantage of that service's AI and machine learning capabilities to improve the file sync-and-share platform.
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Enterprise file sync-and-share is a service that allows users to save files in cloud or on-premises storage and then access them on desktop and mobile devices. Continue Reading
Organizations looking to boost productivity and maintain corporate data security should consider EFSS. Get to know the software and the features each vendor provides. Continue Reading
Need to ensure you are transferring large files securely? Consider an advanced managed file transfer product, preferably one with enterprise file synchronization and sharing abilities. Continue Reading
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Dropbox's move off AWS was a windfall for the company, but most traditional corporations shouldn't bank on similar success. The file hosting company saved nearly $75 million in infrastructure costs ... Continue Reading
Most EFSS products unify communications, collaboration and content management tasks well beyond the technology's initial file sync-and-share functionality. Continue Reading
Cloud, on-premises and hybrid enterprise file sync-and-share services, the EFSS market, deliver corporate security, compliance and peace of mind not present in consumer services. Continue Reading
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This year marks the 15th edition of the Storage magazine and SearchStorage.com Products of the Year awards, recognizing the best storage products of the past year. Nominated products competed across six categories, with the top in each category receiving bronze, silver or gold. Judges graded finalists on innovation, performance, manageability, ease of integration and use, functionality and value.
Modern storage arrays may offer previously unheard of max capacities, but that doesn't mean you won't have problems meeting today's ever-increasing storage capacity and performance requirements. We explore how to squeeze more bits and bytes out of storage systems without negatively affecting storage network performance through best practices for evaluation and configuration as well as tools to help with monitoring and management.Continue Reading
We've compiled the ten most important pieces of cloud storage advice from 2016, from implementing a hybrid cloud to choosing a data migration strategy. Continue Reading
Terri McClure looks at how "shadow EFSS" has made it easy for sensitive data to fall into the wrong hands and hard for companies to protect it. Continue Reading
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There's no shortage of enterprise file sync-and-sharing services available to provide access to mobile data, but they're not the only option, and they're not right for every organization. Continue Reading
Mobile workers need access to corporate data, and every business must choose a method that meets its users' needs. Questions about security and offline capabilities are at the core of any discussion about providing mobile data access. Offline or not, sensitive data needs protection, and IT must find a way to provide that without locking data down too much.
There's no shortage of enterprise file sync and sharing services available to provide mobile data access, but they're not the only option and they're not right for every organization -- especially those with highly regulated data. Companies can instead turn to mobile content management (MCM), but that has drawbacks of its own. It's usually tied to enterprise mobility management, so it has the integration IT administrators want. But workers may be forced to use non-native applications instead of the tools they like. In-app storage is a good solution for companies with confidential or regulated information, but is an unnecessary undertaking for businesses that can use the cloud or MCM.Continue Reading
Expert Dan Sullivan explains how enterprises can manage cloud DLP for data in cloud file storage services that offer offline synchronization. Continue Reading