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Can't All of Your Enterprise Content Just Get Along?

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In how many different places does your enterprise data reside? Think about what’s stored on-premise versus in the cloud. Are you using SharePoint and other ECM systems? What about Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive? Have you lost count?

If you’re like the majority of organizations, your enterprise information is taking on a life of its own. A survey by AIIM, “Get More from On-Premise ECM,” found that 40% of enterprises say they are looking to put some of their active documents in the cloud, while leaving static documents or historical records on-premise. Plus, more than 50 % of companies already have three or more storage solutions in place.

Therefore, it should come as no surprise that employee productivity is taking a hit, with users struggling to find the information they need when they need it. This is particularly true when trying to share information with customers, prospects or others outside of the company. A separate AIIM survey, “Content Collaboration and Processing in a Cloud and Mobile World,” revealed that 71% of users believe their organization has shortfalls in technical support for external collaboration.

The last thing you want is a complex, tangled web of content that frustrates users, hinders mobile access and potentially compromises security. Yet, here you are.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have one solution that enables collaboration regardless of where content is stored? One solution that provides a consistent user interface for accessing, reviewing, editing and sharing information on the go? One solution that supports your company’s security and auditing policies across numerous storage systems? Are you nodding your head yes?

To address this issue, we created our kiteworks content connectors, which allow you to accomplish exactly that and more. And today we’ve announced our new cloud connect connectors, enabling enterprises to access data stored in Google Drive for Work and Microsoft OneDrive for Business. We bridge the gaps between your existing content and your users – connecting and unifying data located in the cloud and on-premise.

Whether your information is stored in Google Drive, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft OneDrive, Windows File Shares, Documentum, OpenText or Distributed File Systems, your users gain ubiquitous mobile access, easy file sharing and secure collaboration. Learn more about how simple it is to connect your content

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