IF THERE’s ever going to be an easy candidate for the Captain Obvious badge of statistical obviousness and inanity, then software companies are rich pickings.
So it’s with a heavy heart that this month’s Captain Obvious is awarded to Varonis.
But when you send off a press release about a survey that says “97% of organisations currently relying on public cloud-based file-sharing accounts would be interested in an online file-sharing service that stores some or all data on premises”, then, quite frankly, you’re asking for trouble.
The fact that Varonis just happens to be a cloud-based file-sharing services provider can almost go without mentioning. Enjoy your Captain Obvious label this month.
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