The Top 10 Things to Demand From Your Enterprise File Sync and Share Vendor
Enterprise File Sync and Share is being embraced by more and more enterprise
companies and this article look at the must have features that should be
demanded from an Enterprise Sync and Share vendor.
1. Go hybrid, private or cloud: An enterprise will likely have different
topologies and different ways of wanting to deploy. The EFSS vendors should
support not only cloud but also hybrid and private topologies to enable
enterprises to satisfy all potential use cases.
2. Support Standard protocols: Many enterprise apps and hardware already
support standard protocols and any Sync and Share product should be an
enabler for use with standard protocols such as WebDav, FTP, and SFTP.
3. Support the Amazon S3 protocol: Amazon S3 is now a de facto standard
protocol for many enterprises and many of scri... (more)
I had some interesting (sic) experiences with two separate banks with regards
to two business accounts that we keep with each recently. The problem
highlighted two issues that were both in some ways intertwined:
False positive flagging of online transactions Identity Management between
First let me set the scenario. I am CEO of Storage Made Easy, a business that
can be categorized (in bank speak) as an online internet business. We are a
business that spends a fair amount on online advertising through various
different channels and who also uses best of breed onlin... (more)
The recent PRISM Data snooping controversies have heightened almost every
companies awareness of the potential vulnerabilities of data stored
off-premise in the Cloud. Many Cloud Storage companies talk about encrypting
data ‘at rest' but the real issue is that the storage companies control the
encryption rather than the company whose data is stored controlling the
Ask yourself these questions?
Are you comfortable not controlling your own file encryption? Do you have
sensitive data you wish to store in the cloud that you do not want to have
your file sharing vendor ... (more)
Straight-Through Processing (STP) is a term associated with workflow and
business process management technologies. STP is the automation of a process
flow, from invocation to execution. STP allows the seamless and accurate
transactional exchange of information electronically. It can involve many
different information stores and parties within the process flow, and it
reduces the need for human intervention.
STP is often associated with the financial services and securities industry,
as this is where its use has been prevalent, due to a change in legislation
(Rule 15c6-1) by the ... (more)
Jim Liddle's Symbian Blog: Yet Another Java/J2ME Google Maps Midlet!
These seem to be coming out quicker that I can blog them ! This one is
called J2MEMap and you can get the JAR from here, and the jar from here