Consumerization is revolutionizing “file sync and share” services for the highly regulated asset management industry. The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement has gained significant popularity in the corporate world and is rapidly changing how enterprises share information. Consumerization of devices in asset management – the migration of features, feel and functionality of mainstream consumer products to specialist financial services firms – is changing this industry as well. CIOs and CTOs are realizing the need to bulletproof their consumer-grade services with industrial-strength file sync and share services in order to provide secure, easy access to data and documents, anywhere, from
Companies That Are Revolutionizing Cloud Computing As cloud computing continues its rapid growth in the public consciousness, industry leaders know they must be consistently fast and innovative with ideas, products, and services. A company that is slow to react to the ever-emerging changes and challenges will find itself quickly playing a dangerous game of catch-up. Three of the biggest names in setting the industry pace, EMC, Amazon, and Cisco have all made headlines in recent months for their newest contributions to the cloud sector. Earlier this summer, EMC made a splash with their acquisition of Syncplicity, a cloud storage company.
Syncplicity Expands Virtual Private Cloud Capabilities Syncplicity is expanding virtual private cloud capabilities with the launch of its new iPhone app that is fully optimized and 100% native to Apple’s iOS platform. Syncplicity, which specializes in cloud based file management, sync and backup solutions, notes that its newly released application is set to give its users universal mobile access to all their files and folders. The new application will also enable users to meet important business requirements such as security, backup and versioning. Cloud-based file management has definitely gone to the next level with this announcement as customers are now