Industry Leader’s New E-Book Compares Cloud Storage Approaches With Content Delivery Platforms
Denver, CO – <March 19, 2015> – PlayerLync, the first automatic video and document delivery and download technology for tablets, today announced it is releasing a new guide to help companies determine the best mobile file-sharing solution for their needs. The e-book, Mobile File-Sharing Showdown: Cloud Storage vs. Content Delivery, is available for free download at https://info.playerlync.com/mobile-file-sharing-showdown-cloud-storage-vs-content-delivery.
Today’s organizations are strengthened by a team approach in which multiple individuals and departments contribute to make key decisions and drive success. For this concept to work, employees need access to information; file-sharing solutions help provide that access. Many companies have turned to cloud-based storage platforms such as Box or Dropbox to fill this need, yet are discovering that these applications aren’t effective across the entire organization. Dedicated content delivery solutions are often a better option; PlayerLync’s new guide details how this approach compares with cloud-based platforms. Among the e-book’s features:
- Trends driving the current age of file sharing
- An explanation of the concepts behind both cloud storage and content delivery file-sharing approaches
- A head-to-head comparison of 14 key areas that companies should consider when looking at both options
“Effective collaboration and communication are more important than ever in today’s corporate landscape, especially with the mobile workforce,” says Bob Paulsen, CEO and co-founder of PlayerLync. “Cloud storage and content delivery solutions each offer advantages to companies looking to streamline and improve their mobile file-sharing strategies. However, adopting both might not be practical, so organizations must explore the relevant features of each and come to a decision. Our guide takes a look at both approaches so that companies determine which is best for them.”
For additional information about this new e-book or PlayerLync’s innovative products, visit the company’s website at https://www.playerlync.com.
PlayerLync is the first tablet-based automatic video and document content delivery platform that enables timely, contextual collaboration for training, operations, and corporate communications across business and sports teams. PlayerLync allows organizations to push and pull rich multimedia content over any network to live locally on team tablets for native offline access. For more information, visit https://www.playerlync.com.