New Real Story Group Research Evaluates Enterprise Cloud File-Sharing and Collaboration Tools from Box, Citrix, EMC, Huddle, Accellion, YouSendIt, and More

Boston / London (PRWEB) November 19, 2012

The pervasive infiltration of cloud-based, file-sharing solutions in the enterprise behooves IT leaders to “get out in front” of user demand to identify an approved platform, according to independent analyst firm, The Real Story Group.

The Real Story Group has recently launched a new research service called Cloud File Sharing & Collaboration, to help decision-makers select the right platforms for their organizations.

The vendors evaluated in the service include: Accellion, Box, Citrix, EMC, Glasscubes, Huddle, Oxygen, Workshare/SkyDox, YouSendIt, and others. Click here to download a research excerpt from the new Cloud File Sharing & Collaboration research:

"We are introducing this new Cloud File Sharing and Collaboration evaluation service based on demand from our enterprise IT clients who need to provide their users with easy-to-use, file-centric sharing and collaboration features as well as satisfy enterprise concerns related to security, cloud, mobile access, and integration," according to Tony Byrne, President of The Real Story Group.

This new service starts with an in-depth, critical, and unbiased vendor evaluation report. Subscribers also receive:

  •     Regular updates
  •     One-on-one time with a Real Story Group expert analyst
  •     A scenario-based shortlist builder application to help narrow down your selection process
  •     Access to Real Story Group’s exclusive client webinars and advisory papers

For more information, join Real Story Group Senior Analyst Apoorv Durga for an informative webinar November 29 at 12:00 p.m. EST, 17:00 UTC.
Register here:

About The Real Story Group
The Real Story Group is a buyer's advocate for enterprises looking to invest in content technologies. We provide research and advisory services to support end users through content technology selection and implementation. We publish independent vendor evaluations that help IT executives sort out suitable technology choices to fit their particular needs. Our research is known for its technical depth, readability, and absolute neutrality.

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