There’s been a lot of buzz around file, sync and share (or FSS) tools. First popularized by the prolific consumer vendor Dropbox, file sync and share was originally a great personal productivity tool. Individuals could photos, music, videos and documents when on the move. Brilliant, right? Soon, these tools began to infiltrate the enterprise due to their widespread utility in the workplace. Once the stuff of CIOs’ nightmares due to the lack of enterprise security features, FSS tools are now offering an olive branch to IT departments globally by rolling out business offerings.