Storage Swiss: the impact of Sync and Share on Enterprise Document Protection

Sync and Share
Sync and Share

The explosive adoption of sync, share and mobile collaboration solutions are undeniable in today’s marketplace. According to a recent article by Storage Swiss, people nowadays work with as many as four or five devices at a time. This concept alone makes it more critical than ever that organizations protect their data in real-time on every device they have at their disposal. The eye-opening article details the impact of enterprise-grade file Sync and Share solutions on data protection for today’s mobile workforce.

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Sync and Share solution highlights

Full system backup + enterprise sync and share = ultimate protection
Full system backups are necessary for many reasons. Sync and Share solutions add an additional layer of security by providing real-time, automated backup of working documents. This is a win-win for everybody who utilizes this technology.

Mobile editing has become mainstream

It has become apparent that these days, people are now using tablets and smartphones to create and edit more and more documents. Sync and Share solutions ensure that those edits and new files are synchronized to a central storage location, distributed to every shared device and computer, and protected at every endpoint.

Not all backups are created equal

There is no doubt that mobility boosts productivity, but if files aren’t backed up in real-time, users can lose hours, days or weeks’ worth of work. With today’s mobile workforce, files have to be backed up in real-time. End of story!

Not all Sync and Share solutions deliver document protection

Sync and Share solutions must have any-folder sync to deliver real-time document protection. With any-folder sync capabilities, users don’t have to take any extra steps like moving files to a “magic folder” to synchronize their files. With this technology in place, you’re in a safe place with your documents.

Check out the original Storage Swiss article here.


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