File Transfer's Strategic Fit in Your Enterprise
  Helping IT Solve the Person-to-Person File Transfer Dilemma
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These days, content files are getting bigger, more work is being outsourced, and everyone needs instant access to data files. Consumer-focused cloud services are giving people more control over their file transfers—and putting organizations at huge risk. What solutions can IT organizations provide that teams will actually use?

Watch this Webcast with IDC Analyst Maureen Fleming to discover the latest trends and challenges facing IT leaders—and learn about the solutions that can make file transfer simple as well as secure.

You'll learn:

  • How three key trends are pressuring users to find alternatives that allow them to send and receive files—and what to do about them
  • Why popular consumer file-sharing services put organizations at risk, and what IT's choices are for dealing with this increasing problem
  • Ways to align and operate people-to-people file transfer as part of your larger file transfer offerings—and to ensure the solutions you need to get budgeting priority

Speaker: Maureen Fleming, Program Vice President, Business Process Management and Middleware, IDC
Date: On Demand Now

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