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Calling All Microsoft Partners – Inspire 2018

It’s all about Enterprise Content Integration at Microsoft Inspire in Las Vegas next week – it is all the rage we hear. SkySync will be onsite and our team is looking very forward in meeting with Microsoft Partners from all aspects of the globe visiting sunny Las Vegas to enjoy all things Inspire will have
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How Shadow IT can be a blessing in disguise for your business

When we talk about Shadow IT, it’s usually cast in a negative light; employees spinning up un-vetted services and applications outside the approved circle of IT. In some cases, though, Shadow IT can be a benefit to an organization. Let’s discuss a few reasons why businesses may want to embrace the phenomenon, and how they
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Microsoft’s SharePoint Online Storage Increase Benefits More than Just Existing Customers

Just last month, Microsoft announced that it would increase the shared storage for SharePoint Online by 20 times the current limit. Today the limit is 1 TB for the tenant and an additional 500 MB per user. This change will increase the per-user storage to 10 GB. Is there an underlying reason for Microsoft’s increase,

SkySync achieves 300%+ YoY revenue growth, releases newest version of Platform

Riding a wave of momentum, SkySync today announced that it has achieved the highest growth rate in the company’s history, posting year-over-year revenue growth of 320% for the first quarter of 2018. “SkySync has been systematically growing in various industries however we have been extremely successful targeting the Fortune 100 this quarter,” states Mike Lantzy,

Unique deployment options for unique content integration projects

As the world grows more and more connected virtually, people and systems are distributed further and further physically. Companies don’t work traditionally anymore; digital workplaces are  quickly becoming the new normal. Cloud services have helped implement new methods of productivity and collaboration, but the transition from traditional office environments to a secure mobile-first, remote workforce

Lessons from AIIM 2018: ECM is out; Content Services are in.

  After a good week at the 2018 AIIM conference, we wanted to share some observations. ECM is nearly dead. One of the key messages that we heard time and time again during the conference is that the days of legacy enterprise content management are numbered. You may be thinking, “Wait, what? What does this

Are larger organizations right to fear the Cloud in 2018?

Though it has been evolving for nearly 20 years, many larger organizations – including enterprises, government institutions, etc.— are still skittish of the cloud, even when most of them are already paying for cloud services. Despite the steps many cloud service providers have taken to improve their security and enterprise functionality, there is still much

Box sets sights on Network Home Drives with release of Box Drive

With its GA release of Box Drive, one of the strongest players in cloud-based content management is coming for your Home Drives. Though it’s been waging war on legacy Enterprise Content Management systems for years, Box has now identified that Network Files Shares are a thing of the past for three major reasons: Home drives
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Five Office 365 Security Improvements You Can Make Right Now

When it comes to cloud services, many organizations seem to forget their basic rules and responsibilities surrounding security. Some tend to think because Microsoft hosts Office 365, for example, that Microsoft will handle security for them. Unfortunately, they couldn’t be more wrong. Microsoft will protect your data from those who attempt to gain access to
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Anticipating & Accommodating Platform Differences During Enterprise Content Migration

When it comes to moving content across platforms, it’s important to understand the differences between your source and your destination. Systems that seem to have the same base functionality are often different in significant ways. Understanding these differences and the complexities they will undoubtedly bring to your migration project are important for two reasons: 1)

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