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Topic: OneDrive versus Dropbox
February 2015
Slides and Recording below

Organizations continue to look for ways to move their file and document management solutions to the cloud.  Over the past two years, Dropbox for Business and OneDrive for Business have emerged as frontrunners among cloud file managers.
In many ways, it is an “apples to oranges” comparison and there may be scenarios in which it makes sense to use both solutions.  (Or neither!)
In this webinar we provide clear guidance on the strengths and weaknesses of each and how they might work for nonprofit organizations.  We explore…

Patrick SprehePatrick Sprehe joined Community IT in 2010 and has provided technical support to a variety of clients on a variety of issues. As a network manager he is responsible for maintaining client networks and helping people overcome their technology challenges. Prior to coming to Community IT, Patrick spent several years working as a System Support Associate at Search for Common Ground. Patrick has a B.S. in Information Technology from University of Maryland, University College.  He has ample experience with both OneDrive and Dropbox and is looking forward to a lively discussion.
SteveLongeneckerAs Project Manager, Steve Longenecker divides his time at Community IT between project managing client projects and consulting with clients on IT planning. Steve’s appreciation for working at Community IT Innovators is rooted in respect for the company’s dream and vision, and for the excellent colleagues that the dream and vision attract.  Before coming to Community IT, Steve was a classroom educator, teaching middle school science for three years at Takoma Park Middle School.  He brings his insights into project managing cloud file migrations to this webinar and will share his best practices in choosing file management solutions.
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