Case Study: Rosetta Stone moves apps and documents to the cloud
In the event of a natural disaster, on-premise files stored in local infrastructures are a major risk to a growing company. So after the 2011 earthquake hit Rosetta Stone’s Tokyo office, their CIO wanted to ensure not only that his employees had access to their files from wherever, whenever (even after a disaster), but also that they could engage with those files regularly in a productive manner, on their desktops, laptops, and mobile devices.
This case study reveals how Rosetta Stone moved all files to the cloud to achieve benefits such as:
• Efficient document tracking
• Boosted employee productivity
• Streamlined IT operations
• Shrunken data center footprint
• And more