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Last Call – Filr Webinar Today!

Nick Scholz

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March 19, 2019 11:00 pm

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Just a quick reminder that our webinar, “Safe, Secure, Convenient: The 30-Minute Enterprise File Sharing Buyer’s Guide” is happening today!

If you’re considering an EFSS solution, this one’s for you! Read through the description and get registered below! Hope to see you there!


When: 20 March | 8am PST

As companies undergo digital transformations—with a laser focus on simplifying operations and boosting productivity—users are being asked to get more done faster and with fewer resources.

In this climate, it’s not surprising that employees independently turn to cloud file sharing services they may already be using at home to help them sync and share their files and get their work done.

But these consumer-grade services lack the security, control, and management features that many organizations need to protect themselves from data loss, breaches, and business continuity failures, so many IT leaders are stuck: how do they enable productivity and ease the sharing of critical files without compromising their security and compliance needs?

Join Nick Scholz, Robin Redgrave, and Devadas Kovilakath to see what experts are saying about what to look for in an EFSS solution, and how to figure out which one fits your needs.

You’ll learn:
What features help users adopt
• The state of the EFSS landscape
• The benefits and shortfalls of Cloud vs. On-Premises solutions
• How to maximize security AND collaboration
• And more!

REGISTER NOW!

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