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Object Storage or Cloud for Enterprise File Sync and Share

Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) is a “must deliver” for IT since most users perceive the capability to be a “must have”. In our last blog we discussed what to look for in an EFSS and explained the advantages

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Object Storage or NAS for File Sync and Share

The primary motivation behind using file sync and share used to be the “sync” component. Now, however, it is sharing. In an era where devices are almost always connected to the internet, syncing is less of a priority, although ubiquitous

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SlideShare: How to Design a Compliant and GDPR Ready Collaboration System

Users need to collaborate on projects, which means sharing file data with other internal users as well as external business partners. More often than not, to accomplish this file sharing, they leverage cloud-based file-sync and share solutions. The problem is

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Refining Your GDPR Strategy – Addressing User Data

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline for implementation has come and gone. Many organizations have achieved a basic level of compliance, so now is the time to dig deeper, tie up loose ends and try to simplify

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Webinar: How to Design a Compliant and GDPR Ready Collaboration System

Users need to collaborate on projects, which means sharing file data with other internal users as well as external business partners. More often than not, to accomplish this file sharing, they leverage cloud-based file-sync and share solutions. The problem is

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SlideShare: Three Reasons Why Object Storage is the Best Defense against Ransomware Attacks

Backups, by themselves, are not an effective defense against a ransomware attack. The systems that store backup data also require protection, but backup storage is as vulnerable to a ransomware attack as production data, if not more so. If both

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Managing Data to Manage Ransomware

One of the reasons that data centers are so vulnerable to ransomware attacks is the amount of data that remains accessible on production storage. The reality is that most of this data does not need to be there. Investing in

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