The rise of ‘bring your own collaboration’ (BYOC)
Wed, 05/01/2013 - 16:02
It would be fair to assume that anyone working in the data security industry would be at least familiar with the concept of ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) by now. The prominent trend for employees to use their own laptops, smartphones and other devices to handle sensitive company information has been repeatedly highlighted as a significant threat to the security of corporate data over the last 18 months or so.However, as the contemporary global workforce becomes increasingly mobile, employees are required to communicate and collaborate with a growing number of colleagues, customers and stakeholders. The need to achieve this from various locations, often whilst working to strict deadlines, has meant that more and more employees are bringing consumer-oriented cloud storage and collaboration services to the professional environment.Paul Evans, Redstor's MD discusses this trend in more detail here.Redstor's cloud storage and collaboration service, Centrastor, is designed to address exactly this requirement.
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