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Can You Share Files Without File Sync and Share?

Enterprise IT departments have struggled with file sharing for some time. The traditional solutions were deemed by many users to be passé and not in keeping with modern workflows. This caused many users to resort to consumer-grade solutions, leading to

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Does File Sync and Share Create A Data Deduplication Problem?

File sync and share is here to stay, and enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) is how most enterprises add this functionality to their environment. The question is whether the addition of this new service adds additional problems. For example,

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Why is the Cloud a problem for Enterprise File Sync and Share?

Some see the reliance on the public cloud as the Achilles’ heel of enterprise file sync and share (EFSS). While EFSS products are more robust than their consumer-grade counterparts, their use of the cloud does add a number of concerns

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Why Enterprise File Sync and Share is Broken

It seems like every CIO has enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) on their project whiteboard. The problem is that it is stuck there and the alternative, users doing their own thing, seems sort of acceptable. Most EFSS solutions are

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Qnext’s FileFlex Virtualizes File Access across Disparate Storage Infrastructures and Devices

Modern organizations today, regardless of size, are faced with many laws and government regulations that require them to maintain control and security of their data as well as properly protecting that data. At the same time, they have to meet

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