Hybrid Content Synchronization: A Case for Maintaining Both On-Premises and Cloud-Based Storage Platforms

Hybrid Content Synchronization is the practice of implementing both cloud-based and on-premises systems to store, share, and manage enterprise content.

To meet various business, technical, or user-driven needs, many enterprises have multiple content management platforms in their IT stack. In some cases, users have also taken matters into their own hands by adding their preferred collaboration tools into the mix – often creating information siloes with a lack of data governance and oversight from IT.

Though a consolidation to a single, more cost-effective cloud storage service may seem appealing for organizations looking to enable users with the flexibility that cloud collaboration provides, moving large volumes of mission-critical data is simply impossible for many large enterprises. For these businesses, a hybrid approach of synchronizing their existing on-premises storage with new cloud services is ideal.

Download our whitepaper to learn about why enterprise content management is not “one-size-fits-all” and explore some common scenarios in which enterprises opt to maintain both legacy, on-premises platforms with new, cloud-based solutions.

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