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Tag: file sharing

  • Secure File Transfer Vendor Aims to Solve Data Transfer Problems

    San Antonio, Texas-based GlobalSCAPE  aims to make large file transfers faster, more efficient and more reliable.  The secure file transfer specialist this week released Enhanced File Transfer (EFT) version 7.

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  • You Can't Afford to Ignore Content Management

    Organizations are facing massive problems with content overload, especially from data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT), according to a recently published market intelligence report from AIIM, the Association for Information and Image Management. But the report (registration required) also shows that most businesses view enterprise content and document

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  • AvePoint Lets You Share With SharePoint

    AvePoint Lets You Share With SharePoint

    AvePoint  just released a new service pack that lets you share and sync files in and out of SharePoint, through the company firewall. More accurately, AvePoint has upgraded its Perimeter Service Pack 4 that allows file syncing and sharing in both directions.

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  • 6 Best People Practices In ECM

    Surprise, surprise. Nearly half of the companies that responded to research by nonprofit knowledge consultancy APQC report their organizations are poor content managers. While firms are gravitating toward the slickest, newest technologies, nothing can replace a well-developed enterprise content management strategy (ECM), the research found.

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  • A Look Back: Battling Information Management Chaos

    A Look Back: Battling Information Management Chaos

    If ‘X’ represents the mass of information in your enterprise, it also represents the size of the problem that you currently have with information management. In other words, the more information you have in your enterprise, the bigger your problem.

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  • An ECM Space Oddity: Still Chaotic After 6 Years, 2001 Stories

    An ECM Space Oddity: Still Chaotic After 6 Years, 2001 Stories

    Sometimes — and in some areas of IT — you feel like you’re going around in circles. Enterprise content management (ECM) is a case in point.

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  • EFSS Customers Keep Getting More for Their Bucks

    Hey CIO, get with the program. Employees are accessing your content remotely. And though they may be using the service you’ve told them to use, they’re probably using something else too. We’ve seen surveys that say that the average employee uses three to five file sharing solutions.

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  • Zocalo + Amazon Web Services Could Be Game Changer

    Zocalo + Amazon Web Services Could Be Game Changer

    Things are already pretty messy in the productivity space between Microsoft and Google. But it could get a whole lot messier. Amazon Web Services (AWS)  just announced that its document storage, sharing and collaboration application for the enterprises is now on general release.

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  • EMC Syncplicity Cuts Prices and Raises Storage Caps

    EMC Syncplicity wants to own the Enterprise Sync and Share market and they don’t want price or storage limits to be barriers to adoption. “This is a mass market with hundreds of millions of users to whom our service is applicable” said Jeetu Patel, the company’s general manager.

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  • Syncplicity Challenge: Give Up Your PC and Mac for 30 Days

    Syncplicity Challenge: Give Up Your PC and Mac for 30 Days

    Everyone’s talking about the Mobile First, Cloud First world. In fact, shortly after being named CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella announced that from here on out Microsoft would become a Mobile First, Cloud First company. Want to bet how many people at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Wash.

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  • GE Cuts Battered Box a Big Break

    Battered Box got exactly what it needed today: a vote of confidence from Fairfield, Conn.-based General Electric Co. Just weeks after rumors circulated that the enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) start-up was delaying its highly touted IPO, GE announced plans to deploy Box companywide. The agreement could

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  • What Box's (Supposed) Delayed IPO Might Suggest

    What Box's (Supposed) Delayed IPO Might Suggest

    If it’s true that Box has delayed its IPO, then we have one thing to say. Told you so. We called it last week when we couldn’t find any signs that the enterprise file-sharing (EFSS) startup had embarked on its pre-IPO road show.

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  • Why Box's Bad Financials Might Be Right on the Money

    Why Box's Bad Financials Might Be Right on the Money

    In the weeks surrounding Box’s initial public offering announcement, the enterprise file sync and share vendor (EFSS) and its founder, Aaron Levie, couldn’t make enough news. There was a mention of Levie’s appearance at SXSW and his name-dropping about Ashton Kutcher being an investor. And there was boxdev, Box’s

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  • OpenText Wants to Shut the Box

    OpenText Wants to Shut the Box

    Talk about a roller coaster. The last two weeks have been full of highs and lows for Box co-founder and CEO Aaron Levie. Last Monday, Box filed its S-1 on its way to an IPO.  Instead of elation, most market watchers reacted with shock — and not the good kind.

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