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Leon Mallett

Recent Posts

Cloud Drive Mapper + MS Teams = 😍🔥

Microsoft Teams - the part-Skype, part-Slack, part-SharePoint collaboration tool - is every IT person's wildest dream and worst nightmare rolled into one.
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Security for the People

The information security industry is currently worth $120bn per year. That means on average $15 per year is spent for every person on Earth. Obviously, the spend is not equally distributed as a...
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Breaking the silence

Hi folks. I wanted to write a quick blog post to address a recent quiet period in customer comms. It's something a few of our customers have mentioned to us, and we are aware that we've not been as...
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The Slow Burning Crisis of Selective Sync

April 15, 2019 no Comments in cloud drive mapper
File synchronisation in enterprise IT environments is almost always bad. It's bad because: It doesn't work on machines accessed by multiple users. It's hopeless in VDI and other non-persistent...
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Cloud Drive Mapper - 2.3

Cloud Drive Mapper major update! For the past 12 months we've been working hard on improving the cookie handling and authentication technologies within Cloud Drive Mapper. In that time we've...
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Final call on the USB drive

Many organisations saw the GDPR regulations last year as the nudge they needed to finally cut their ties with pendrives and other USB storage devices (if they hadn’t already). The obvious answer:...
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Cloud Drive Mapper - 2.1 release

Always Evolving Cloud Drive Mapper has come a long way in the past 18 months, we've released a number of major updates along the way, but none more significant than our latest: Version 2.1
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Thoughts on Cloud Drive Mapper

Every organisation is different. When we create our tools we never expect them to be used in exactly the same way by everyone, or to provide the same amount of benefit or value. However, having...
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Is your OneDrive mapping script about to fail?

Mapping drives to OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online makes lots of sense for organisations who want to avoid file synchronisation, and keep tight policy-based control over corporate data in...
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