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Private Dropbox Alternative

Hi There!

I am looking for something to sell my customers along the lines of Dropbox, with versioning, syncing etc, easy to manage and with a good quality Windows client which runs on their own Windows Servers and makes use of their own storage and bandwidth.

Needs to install on Windows Server 2003+ and be compatible with Windows XP+, Android 4.x and IOS, and perferably Windows Mobile too.

These are smallish customers so pricing should be appropriate for that.
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
I think you are best off sticking with dropbox or skydrive or google drive as they  have this figured out pretty well. I have the paid dropbox myself.

You may be interested in owncloud http://owncloud.org/
networknAuthor Commented:
Thanks. Most of our customers prefer to make use of their own resources etc.

I'll look into owncloud, but if anyone else has any other suggestions I'd be happy to hear about it.
Daniel HelgenbergerCommented:
I recommend OwnCloud, the project has evolved quite a bit in the last months. This is the only serious alternative to my knowledge.
networknAuthor Commented:
I got the impression owncloud didn't run natively on Windows?
We use www.box.com.

Very good so far.
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