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451 Survey Data Identifies EFSS Winners, Losers and Big Changes

White Paper Published By: Dropbox for Business
Dropbox for Business
Published:  May 07, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  8 pages

Dropbox is named the most popular Enterprise File Sync and Share Product over other vendors like Microsoft, Google Drive and Box.

In our analysis, EFSS is still in the early stages of its tech lifecycle. However, it's made the move from consumer-grade novelty to a technology that not only has enterprise attention, but also long-term viability. Over time, its functionality can become virtually ubiquitous, much like search technology is today, and it has a long way to go before it becomes saturated at an enterprise level.



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efss, enterprise file sync and share, hybrid-cloud systems, data management, cloud migration, enterprise deployments, cloud computing, migration