If your business is heavily invested in the Microsoft business solution portfolio, you’re treading that messy line between legacy and modern IT ecosystems. The world is cloudward bound, but you’re surely going to have to support legacy applications and infrastructure for the foreseeable future.

Let’s get specific. Perhaps you’re at the cutting edge, with Azure, Office 365 and the works. But unless yours is a very small business, you likely still need to retain your Windows File Servers (or other on-premises storage infrastructure) to ensure low-latency file access, business continuity or regulatory compliance. Perhaps your sales and marketing teams have embraced Office 365 but your finance, HR and admin teams are perfectly content with their legacy, installed Office desktop applications.

Your employees have files residing on the Azure Cloud, OneDrive, Windows Servers and their hard disks, and managing these diverse content repositories hurts you in the gluteus maximus region.

And if you thought this was only your problem, take a moment to think about your employees. They’re still emailing file attachments back and forth. If they’re using SharePoint, they’re still struggling to share large documents with customers, partners, contractors and other service providers without version conflicts. They like OneDrive, but need enterprise-grade scale, performance and collaboration capabilities.

Bit of a conundrum, eh?

Well, it doesn’t have to be. What if I told you that there’s an easy way to streamline access and collaboration around diverse content repositories, centralize administration and increase employee productivity in a single sweep?

Bridging The Productivity Chasm


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