What is SPHARES


On top of all those collaboration- and cloud-services a lot of us have found out that working together has not become much easier since the introduction of those services. As today every organization uses own infrastructure either self-hosted or an online services the borders have only moved but have not gotten transparent when needed. The walls between collaborating organisations are as strong as ever. SPHARES is here to change this. We are allowing sharinglike DropBox, but between different systems. Even hosted on your own systems -Dietmar Gombotz, CEO of SPHARES SPHARES is a small start-up team of 5 from Vienna with the mission to make working-life and collaboration much easier by providing a tool that allows you to integrate different work environments without having to actually change tools. It is working as a service-integrator between different systems in the background. The sync-engine allows to transparently share data to and from colleagues using different (or even the same) systems as oneself.

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Guest Blog: Sphares, a tool to unify collaboration in the Cloud


By Dietmar Gombotz, CEO and Founder of Sphares With the introduction and growth of different Cloud- and Software-As-A-Service offerings, a rapid transition process driven through the mix-up between professional and personal space has taken shape. Not only are users all over the world using modern, flexibel and new products like DropBox or others at home, they want the same usability and “ease of use” in the corporate world. This of course conflicts with internal-policy and external-compliance issues, especially when data is shared through any tool. I will focus mainly on the aspect of sharing data (usually in the form of files, but it could be other data-objects like calender-information or CRM data) Many organizations have not yet formulated a consistent and universal strategy on how to handle this aspect in of their daily work. We assume an organizational structure where data sharing with clients/partners/suppliers is a regular process, which will surely be the case in more than 80% of all

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