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Digital Workplace Newsbyte: SharePoint Online Gains Ground, Dropbox’ Secret IPO and More News

Digital Workplace Newsbyte: SharePoint Online Gains Ground, Dropbox' Secret IPO and More News

With Microsoft preparing to release the preview versions of SharePoint 2019 in early summer, new research contained in a joint survey carried out by Sharegate, Hyperfish and Nintex shows that enterprises are ready to move from older versions of SharePoint to newer versions, and even to the online version.

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Microsoft, Box Top Gartner’s New Content Collaboration Platforms MQ

Microsoft, Box Top Gartner’s New Content Collaboration Platforms MQ

Wipe the term Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) off your jargon list and replace it with the evolving concept of what Gartner is calling "Content Collaboration Platforms" (CCP). The research firm released its Magic Quadrant for Content Collaborations Platforms report  (fee required) July 25.

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EFSS: Bold Promises of Simplicity, Hard Realities of Legacy Migration

EFSS: Bold Promises of Simplicity, Hard Realities of Legacy Migration

Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS) vendors are at a crossroads.  They face many serious challenges, but the most fundamental in defining their future will be how they migrate new customers to the cloud.

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Dropbox Is Reinventing Itself to Win More Love From IT

Dropbox Is Reinventing Itself to Win More Love From IT

Dropbox executives like to boast they own the enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) market. They don’t go right out and say it, but they'll not so subtly point to their numbers — 500 million users and 200,000 business customers. The business customers all pay for their seats.

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Dropbox Paper Enhances Collaboration, More Document News

Dropbox Paper Enhances Collaboration, More Document News

San Francisco-based Dropbox is offering users enhanced collaboration with Dropbox Paper, a shared workspace that provides visibility into project-related documents and content. In a blog post about the release, Igor Kofman, founder of Dropbox subsidiary Hackpad, called Paper "a new way for teams to work together and stay on the

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