HPE: ShareFile in a Hybrid Office 365 Environment
Aug 24 2016

Aug 24, 2016


HPE: ShareFile in a Hybrid Office 365 Environment

Solving the Issues Around how Sensitive Data is Stored and Shared Among Internal and External Users. In this webinar, we will share use cases to learn what you need to know to enable your enterprise users to move their unique and sensitive data over to the Office 365 environment.

What you will learn

Today, we see a huge surge of our Enterprise customers moving to Microsoft Office 365, fully cloud accepting or hybrid. OneDrive for Business is bundled with Office 365 and reasonably priced with up to 1TB of user storage. However, many of our customers starting off deploying OneDrive for Business also require additional help and advice to manage their many unique business, end-user, and use case requirements. Office 365 is a great solution for managing your productivity infrastructure from the cloud, but for certain highly complex regulatory mandates, compliance and heightened data security threats, it is essential to have a complete and secure solution, and address data sovereignty and security. Finally as an enterprise, you need to take control back (solving the consumer grade “Dropbox” problem) on how sensitive data is accessed, stored and shared among internal and external users.

Cloud File Management is HPE's vision for enterprise grade file sync and share, data protection and control that fits and guides you into the journey to the modern digital workplace.

Presentation will include live Q&A from participants. CTP and CUGC member Jo Harder will moderate.

Presented by CUGC and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

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  • Ciaran Rafferty, WW Mobility & Cloud File Management Architect, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Michael Moore, WW Director, End User Workplace Services Portfolio, Hewlett Packard Enterprise