The Rise Of Bring Your Own Collaboration

The Rise Of Bring Your Own Collaboration

posted in Cyber-Security ● 25 Jan 2013

The prominent trend for employees to use their own devices for work, bring your own device (BYOD), has been repeatedly highlighted as a significant threat to the security of corporate data. But, beyond BYOD, growing mobility and an increasingly globalised workforce has seen more and more employees bring consumer-oriented cloud storage and collaboration services into the professional environment. Redstor’s Centrastor service was launched in response to this growing trend and provides enterprise focused access-anywhere storage and collaboration. For the IT department, Centrastor provides a means of (re)centralising control over corporate data. By ensuring all staff are using the same technology and by providing a single centralised console from which to administer all users’ access, IT Administrators can ensure they have absolute visibility and control over the data they’re responsible for protecting.For more information, contact Redstor today.

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