Data centre haunter EMC is testing its Isilon and Atmos storage systems with Syncplicity - the corporate-friendly Dropbox contender it bought in May. EMC gobbled Syncplicity specifically for its ability to share content and synchronise files in businesses' private clouds. It's hoped workers will be able to pass around sensitive …
Syncplicity with on-site storage
On-site storage but the overall file-sharing service will still be orchestrated by the Syncplicity off-site servers.
On site storage
I think this could be an interesting solution for people with Isilon or Atmos storage already from EMC but don't see it as a compelling reason to go out and buy either solution on its own. Or for people that intend on using a lot of storage for various projects.
In the end it will boil down to costs as much as security and having your corporate data on your own storage.
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