Content Collaboration Platforms Buyers Guide, 2016

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This Frost & Sullivan market insight provides an overview of the content collaboration market, which includes the business-grade tools necessary to support creation, modification, editing, sharing and storage of business content. This study defines the content collaboration market, identifies the current market trends and that drive the current market, as well identifies future trends that will affect end user adoption and the competitive landscape.

Along with defining the market itself, this research study provides competitive profiles on a number of the top competitors in the content collaboration market today. Finally, this research suggest that other vendors of collaboration tools could extend their products to compete in the content collaboration the market.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction - Content Collaboration Platforms
2. Market Definitions
3. Market Trends
Changing Workplace Environments
Data Protection and Governance
Mobile Device Proliferation
Email Overload
Renewed Focus on Collaboration
4. Market Drivers
Fighting Back against Shadow IT
Hyper Connected Business Users
Commodity Pricing for Cloud Services
5. Competitor Profiles
Box
Citrix Sharefile
Dropbox
Egnyte
Google Apps/Drive
IBM Connections
Microsoft Office 365/ OneDrive for Business
Salesforce Files
6. Market Predictions
7. Conclusions
8. Legal Disclaimer
9. The Frost & Sullivan Story




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