Content management specialist OpenText has released a series of tools which will allow enterprises to establish their own content sharing systems - in what amounts to a private Dropbox service.
A lot of people use Dropbox and similar services to store work-related files as they are so convenient and easy to use. What if there was an equivalent that kept the data onshore and provided better access controls?
Ninefold, the cloud storage offshoot of Macquarie Telecom has unveiled Business Cloud Drive - designed as a local alternative to services such as Dropbox, with the key difference being that all data will be stored in Australia.
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