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Cloud File Sharing and Sync services in 2015

November 19, 2014
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Cloud-based File Sharing (CFS) services first become hugely popular in the consumer marketplace. Services like Dropbox, iCloud, and Google Drive provide a very simpler way to sync your pictures (and other files) and share them with your friends. This simplicity of functionality and ease of use were the key drivers behind rapid rise of these services.
Evolution of Enterprise CFS Services
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Post abstract cross-posted from Real Story Group.

Microsoft partners with OneDrive competitor Dropbox

November 5, 2014
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What’s the deal?
According to this announcement, you will now be able to edit Microsoft Office files from Dropbox’s mobile apps, access Office files stored in Dropbox from Office mobile and web apps, and share files directly from Office apps.
But there’s a caveat
You will need Office 365 licenses to be able to take advantage of this integration. Regular Office licenses won’t do.
What’s in it for D…

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Post abstract cross-posted from Real Story Group.

Updated ECM Evaluations include HP WorkSite, Alfresco, OpenText, Ever Team, and M-Files

October 24, 2014
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We have just released an update to our ECM & Cloud File Sharing vendor evaluations.
The new release includes evaluations of three new vendors, one in the "ECM Platforms" category and two in the "Document Management Products" category.
ECM Platforms
We now include HP in this category along with IBM, Alfresco, EMC, Microsoft, Oracle, and others. HP WorkSite has seen many owne…

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Post abstract cross-posted from Real Story Group.

A first look at Oracle’s new cloud file sharing and sync

October 15, 2014
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Oracle finally announced its public cloud-based file sharing and sync service. Called Oracle Documents Cloud Service (ODCS), filling an important gap in the mega-vendor’s Enterprise Content Management (ECM) offerings.
The new platform has been long-awaited, as it competes with existing offerings from ECM and Document Management vendors such as EMC, HP, OpenText, Alfresco, and Microsoft, as well as…

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Post abstract cross-posted from Real Story Group.

Enterprise Mobile Technology – A Changing Marketplace

September 24, 2014
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Last week, RSG released a major update to our Enterprise Mobile Technology platform evaluations.  The changes reflect a fast-evolving marketplace. Here are some key themes.
Evolving Tiers

As the mobile experience management marketplace has expanded, it’s beginning to resemble most other advanced enterprise technology marketplaces in its 3-tier structure:

Infrastructure Vendors: Large IT…

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Post abstract cross-posted from Real Story Group.

Should you use built-in application services from your enterprise portal platform?

September 23, 2014
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Enterprise portal vendors routinely market their toolsets by pointing to pre-built functionality.  In a previous post, I looked at the issue of out-of-the-box portlets available from vendors’ portlet catalogs.
Now let’s look at a related issue of bundled application services, nominally full-blown subsystems for which you would otherwise license a separate platform.
Bundled Application Servic…

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Post abstract cross-posted from Real Story Group.

Mobile Technology Updates to IBM, Oracle, Salesforce, Antenna, Kony, Verivo, and others

September 18, 2014
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This week, RSG released a major update to our Enterprise Mobile Technology vendor evaluations. It’s version 2.0 of this report.
I’ll highlight some thematic trends some subsequent posts, but to give you an idea of what’s in the new version, you’ll find:

Updates to almost all the vendor evaluations in this fast-moving space
Several new platform evaluations (e.g., Salesforce) as players eme…

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Post abstract cross-posted from Real Story Group.

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