In today’s constantly changing IT world, companies are struggling with the increasing amount of data being stored on their networks. As storage costs continue to drop and IT administrators are consumed with more pressing issues, they are becoming more lenient about what they allow their users to store on the corporate network. The networks of small and medium-sized businesses are full of personal user data, including their music, video and photo collections.

Moreover, duplicate data is becoming more and more prevalent. At the same time that network storage is growing tremendously, users are becoming more and more dependent on having access to their information anywhere. With Internet access virtually ever-present today, users want to be able to access their data wherever they are and from a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets and laptops.

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