|  By IdeaMensch
“Anthony is CEO of Workshare. Previously, he held the parallel position at SkyDox, where he focused on executing the company’s vision for delivering secure, cloud-enabled collaboration to the enterprise. Anthony brings more than 20 years of experi...
 |  By Legal IT Professionals
"Wednesday saw the closing awards ceremony for the Workshare Raspberry Pi volunteer project. For the past five weeks, Workshare has been working with Tower Hamlets Integrated Youth and Community Services to teach young people from the local commun...
 |  By TechWeek Europe
"In the last 20 years Barrie Hadfield has founded four companies, including Skydox and now Workshare, a file sharing and collaboration firm that claims 168,000 enterprise customers in 70 countries. Hadfield is CTO there.Among the things he likes a...
 |  By Data Science Weekly
“When Francesco Bovoli VP of Program Management and Infrastructure for Workshare, was tasked with building a new data science organization for the company, he set a clear goal. "My objective was I want to make sure this is a data driven organizati...
 |  By Computing
"What a difference a decade makes. No more than 10 years ago, the traditional knowledge worker had limited options when it came to simple document collaboration and file sharing outside of the office. Now with the consumerisation of IT creating a ...
 |  By SC Magazine
“It seems like every day, there's a headline about a new phishing scam, surveillance breach, data leakage, or other act of cyber warfare that reveals the extent to which online data can be exploited. Whether it's an act of government snooping or o...
 |  By CMSWire
The findings are contained in new research by ESG (Enterprise Strategy Group) and Workshare, entitled The Demand for Hybrid Online File Sharing Solutions. It is based on responses from 334 IT professionals in North American companies that range i...
 |  By Wall Street Journal
“NSA Prism… opened up the conversation to a broader audience,” Mr. Foy said, referring to the best-known NSA Internet snooping program. Workshare sells its software to regulated markets, such as legal and financial services, where IT professionals...
 |  By Business Review Australia
Have you ever been swimming in the ocean only to find yourself being pulled in one direction from a strong current? No matter how hard you try, you can’t make any progress when swimming against the tide. Similarly, while social networking may have...

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