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The New Alternative to Enterprise File Sync and Share

Your company employees share data. Lots of it. With each other and across a spectrum of mobile devices. Your ability to ensure security and regulatory compliance becomes increasingly difficult with each new user, file and system. What if you could provide the ease and convenience employees demand, with the compliance control IT needs, while scaling capacity at a fraction of the costs of traditional storage?

It’s a tall order, but one which Red Hat and ownCloud can deliver.

Join us for this interactive webinar as we discuss how you can provide a single interface to your unstructured data—all in a single, streamlined solution with proven performance, efficiency and control.

In this webinar, you will learn how ownCloud and Red Hat provide:
- An infrastructure to support collaboration and file access needs of users wherever it is stored - without having to migrate or duplicate data
- Open, software-defined storage that is density-optimized using standard servers and is easily scalable
- Control of data and the access to it; configured to meet your compliance and security demands
Recorded Oct 16 2014 56 mins
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Brent Compton, Director Storage and Big Data Ecosystem, Red Hat & Matt Richards, VP of Products, ownCloud
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