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IBM Bans Dropbox: Should SMBs Follow Suit?
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7/8/2013 | 9:09:10 AM
re: IBM Bans Dropbox: Should SMBs Follow Suit?
In fact, IBM should bans Facebook, Baidu. Many information can be found there !
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5/30/2012 | 7:08:31 AM
re: IBM Bans Dropbox: Should SMBs Follow Suit?
IBM bans Dropbox, not good!
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5/25/2012 | 3:47:21 PM
re: IBM Bans Dropbox: Should SMBs Follow Suit?
In a world where saying "Follow me on Facebook" or "I'm on Twitter" are ends to themselves without a sound strategy to actually use the applications, it is refreshing to see a major company that understands information control is fundamental and vital to competitiveness and survivability. More so, that they are taking steps to control their internal information management when it would be easy to use the opportunity to attack others. Sound business strategy, kudos to IBM.


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