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  • Buyer's Guide to Enterprise File Sync & Share (That Users Will Love)  

    Every file sync/share deployment will be as unique as the organization. But that doesn’t mean your IT department is reinventing the wheel. Use this blueprint to evaluate sync/share solutions and ensure what you choose aligns with the needs of your users and the preferences of your organization.

  • Solving the Online File-Sharing Problem  

    We know that employees are turning to rogue file-sharing tools to get the job done. But these tools bring with them a range of security concerns. How can an enterprise protect itself when the culture of the mobile workforce is to resist top-down, policy-driven security practices?

  • Five Must-Haves for Enterprise File Sync and Share Flexibility  

    What really constitutes an enterprise-grade sync and share solution? To get a second glance from enterprise IT, sync and share solutions must, at a minimum, include the basic business feature sets: security, integrations, roles and permissions, audit trails, remote wipe, comprehensive APIs, real-time administration, bandwidth controls and de-duplication. It's the flexibility of deployment choice, security models, sync options and more that truly sets them apart.

  • The Apple-ization of the Enterprise—Understanding IT's New World  

    Today’s “always-on” knowledge workers demand and will settle for nothing less than an Apple-like experience from their devices and applications. But when Apple fanboys rush to buy the company’s latest creations for use at home and at the office, many CIOs and IT managers cringe. They wonder how—given this rapidly changing, technology-laden world—they can support even more devices, apps and networks; properly protect enterprise data; and maintain compliance with existing/emerging regulations.

  • Apple-ization of the Enterprise (Accel Partners)  

    The growing wave of BYOD and increasing numbers of Apple hardware in the workplace holds major implications and opportunity for today’s software companies. It’s what has come to define the post-PC era – the period when user-defined productivity devices began reconfiguring the structure of corporate IT.

Executive Briefs

  • Top 3 Iron-Clad Reasons Why File Sync/Share is Not Endpoint Backup  

    Some cloud-based vendors tout their file sync/share solutions as viable solutions for the online backup of business information stored on laptops and desktops; but existing sync/share products aren’t designed to adequately secure enterprise endpoint data. Understanding at a high level the primary purpose of each application helps differentiate between them.

  • 2013 Cloud Computing Outlook: QuinStreet Private Cloud Computing Survey Results  

    The survey found 65 percent of respondents use or plan to use the private cloud deployment model. Despite the best efforts of cloud computing vendors, and increased adoption in recent years, concerns around security (mentioned as extremely or very inhibiting by 70 percent of respondents), privacy (69 percent), uptime (62 percent) and the control of data (61 percent) remain the most likely inhibitors to adopting cloud computing services and applications.

Technology Notes

  • File Sync and Share Made Simple  

    Today’s employees use multiple devices to get their work done. SharePlan's “device-enthusiastic,” seamless sync and share across platforms means users work on whichever device they desire: the experience remains the same. It's all part of Code42’s goal to provide IT teams and end users with a smart, simple file sync-and-share that works continuously without slowing down users.

  • Enterprise-Ready Sync from Day 1  

    From the experienced data protection and management pros at Code42, SharePlan combines the features users want, with the management and control the enterprise demands. It offers the ultimate choice in data control, giving enterprises unmatched flexibility in cloud security deployment models, an open API, cross-platform support and various sync options.