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There are many in the market like Azure File Sync,Amazon EFS, Panzura etc. Is there a way to decide the ideal one. What are the criteria or requirement organizations look for?

We are looking for a good File Sync service and wanted to know which one is the best today. 

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Thanks Jian  for your thoughtful advise much appreciated.
We had tried Azure File Sync and it did work great but we had to discontinue due to security and other concerns. Therefore looking for a more robust solution.  We will be  using Azure as the base but  not looking for backups or  additional frills.  It should have all  features of  Azure File Syn + should be faster in terms of caching etc  but with better security and faster etc.  
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onedrive has been a better replacement in my opinion. but again, what is "better security" and faster?
you could also look into hubstor https://www.hubstor.net/solutions/hubstor-vs-azure-file-sync/

Without knowing what you have done and what exactly you are solving, I can give you another long list of product lists to go through but without meaning.


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