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From data sheets to case studies, learn how to eliminate the risk of the public cloud with file collaboration hosted entirely behind your firewall.

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A year and a half ago we launched the AeroFS Private Cloud to bring secure collaboration to traditional enterprises. Our goal is to bring “consumer grade” collaboration tools to large enterprises with strict security, compliance, and data sovereignty requirements. Over the past 18 months we have had an incredible adoption with our users, reinforcing and

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On June July 1st, 2016 we will be sunsetting the AeroFS Hybrid Cloud offering to concentrate our efforts entirely on the AeroFS Private Cloud. (As of June 1, 2016 we have extended this deadline by 1 month.) The AeroFS Hybrid Cloud was the first product we released as a company, but almost as soon as we

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AeroFS is an on-premises, fast, and secure file sync and share tool for businesses. Think Dropbox, but completely behind your corporate firewall. In interactions with our customers, one thing that became obvious is that one of the biggest barriers to adoption of software in the enterprise is a process both vendors and employees are familiar

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Foreign founders rank as a large demographic of Y Combinator founders, so it comes as no surprise that the question of where to base a startup post-YC comes up often. As a part time partner and foreign founder, I’m often the one answering this question, so I’ve written my thoughts down in the hopes that

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Last week, BusinessWeek published an article titled The Tech Worker Shortage Doesn’t Really Exist where they interviewed scholars who assert that instead of a tech worker shortage, companies like Facebook and Microsoft are actually just looking for cheap labor: “There’s no evidence of any way, shape, or form that there’s a shortage in the conventional

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  “In the past three years, private cloud computing has moved from an aspiration to a tentative reality for nearly half of large enterprises.” This is a quote from a Gartner report covering private and hybrid cloud computing. Depending on which analysts you talk to, you may also hear claims that private cloud adoption is

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Yesterday, The Wall Street Journal published an informative article called Forget ‘the Cloud’; ‘the Fog’ Is Tech’s Future, where they brought up the notion that cloud computing is restricted by available bandwidth over 3G/4G and in the home, and (unfortunately) the United States ranks 35th in the world in terms of bandwidth per user. When

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Last week, Meg Whitman, CEO and President of Hewlett-Packard, announced that HP is planning to invest a billion dollars into the private cloud over the next two years, and specifically into products and services around OpenStack. They call this project “Helion”. HP have started with their own distribution of OpenStack under the Helion brand, and

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We’ve recently (as of 0.8.33) introduced a Canary Release channel to the Hybrid Cloud Desktop AeroFS client. The purpose of having a Canary Release Channel is to allow developers and early adopters to get a taste of the latest AeroFS features while allowing us to improve product stability when we push new updates. The Canary

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At AeroFS, a lot of our users and customers come from medical backgrounds — doctors, hospitals, clinics, and other medical practitioners. One of the most common questions we get asked is what to do about HIPAA compliance, specifically as it relates to personally identifiable information (PII) and HIPAA and they’re often surprised to hear that

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