Organizations greatly vary on their remote work policy. Some have never experimented with it while others are engaging and working towards an equilibrium between employee flexibility and meeting organization objectives. Some organizations have begun pilot projects within their workforce and are now moving more workers towards it and other organizations have tried it and are now moving away from it.
We are pleased to announce oneFileSync version 2.3.2, our latest release that includes a host of new features, improvements, and fixes. This release includes new features and improvements for the Outlook Add-In, new features for mobile users, and other fixes.
Running local servers is expensive and it’s about to get even more expensive as Windows Server 2003 will no longer be supported after July 14, 2015. According to Microsoft this means they will no longer issue security updates for Windows Server 2003 after that date. Failure to migrate your data and applications will leave your business vulnerable to several security risks.
Consumer-grade file sync solutions (referred to as CGFS solutions) pose many challenges to businesses that care about control and visibility over company data. Below are seven of big risks that these solutions pose in a business environment.
Which spam camp are you in?
My bet is you are in one of two camps when it comes to email spam.
Either you belong in camp 1 where email spam is rare enough that you only get a couple annoying messages a day.
Or you feel like your email is on the “I love spam. Send me more!” list that spammers have tapped to their cubicle wall.
Dropbox is well known for being the first company that made cloud file sync simple and free. With 300 million users as of May 2014, the service is one of the fastest growing in the world. But amidst this rapid adoption, business owners are asking, “Is Dropbox safe for my business to use?” Before we answer that question, let’s take a look at why employees are using Dropbox.
Ever wondered where all the spam went?
It wasn’t long ago that we used to get weekly check-ins from foreign princes offering us immense wealth. What about those bank scares that would request us to send them all our sensitive banking info. Doesn’t seem like we get those too often anymore.
So what happened?
While digging through the data for this infographic I discovered a couple surprising things about how Canadians use file sync.