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The Aggregation of Commodity Storage is Good Business

The implications of commodity storage are not hard to determine. The prices are going down. The game is afoot. The vendors want your data. They want your money. They want to hook you now to “serve” you for the long haul. Box, Dropbox, Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Apple are all in...

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Should you trust the cloud ? Really ?

Now that the buzz around the cloud has died down a little, and that its acceptance has grown significantly enough to be seriously considered by corporations as part of the realm of technical solutions to software deployment, we ask the question of whether you can trust the cloud, if the data you...

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Why I don't need SharePoint

Let’s get this out of the way right from the start: I don’t use Microsoft SharePoint . I’m not saying that it’s a bad product or that it doesn’t satisfy anyone, quite the opposite in fact. SharePoint is a good product, serving millions of customers and at the...

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How SOPA Threatens ECM - and the Internet

It’s been a week since Wikipedia shut down to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Originally expected to sail through rapid approval in Congress, the subsequent lobbying efforts on the part of Google and internet users everywhere appears to have gotten the attention of the Obama...

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Why Apple Sucks in the Enterprise

If Apple's recent iPad sales are anything to go by, they're absolutely killing it. Last week's iCloud announcement also positions them well to capture the consumer cloud storage market and further entrench them as the online music store leaders. Clearly iCloud has an important...

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Apple iCloud: a storm in a teacup for the enterprise

In true Apple fashion, iCloud was unveiled at yesterday’s WWDC in San Francisco to much fanfare and applause. Lots and lots of applause. The new service, best thought of as replacement for the ill-fated MobileMe, will allow users to sync their data, photos, music, documents and apps across...

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Clouds May Bring Dark Days for Records Management

This week Apple unveiled the industry’s worst-kept secret: their iCloud offering that permits users to store information in the cloud and make it accessible via PC, tablet, and mobile devices. Add yet another headache for records management. Managing data inside the firewall hasn’t...

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