An architectural firm finds a better way to share files

SLAM Collaborative is a diversified architectural firm with four locations in the United States: Bosto
n, Atlanta, Syracuse, N.Y., and Glastonbury, Conn. With geographically dispersed teams, getting people access to data needed for coordinated projects was a recurrent problem.
John Stergakis, the firm's director of Information Services, says SLAM is committed to drawing on the best talent from each office for each project. That means they have to be able to communicate with each other and share files between the four offices. This was a serious problem because of the delays in data transfer.
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