Announcing File Share Library for SharePoint 2013

Break free from file size limitations and bring your external files into the fold with File Share Library for SharePoint 2013. File Share Library lets you interact with external file shares as if they were SharePoint Libraries. Various synchronization options allow you to decide where new files are stored, and what to do when a file is deleted, either from File Share Library or from the external file share. If you need to, you can even use File Share Library to migrate files from your external share to SharePoint. File Share Library can also connect to Bamboo’s Video Library (sold separately) to store all of your large video files externally while providing the ability to view and play them within SharePoint.

File Share Library is available now for SharePoint 2013. Download your free 30-day trial today and go beyond the limits of your SharePoint environment.

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