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“Because of the type of data we store as a medical school, moving to the cloud is scary for a lot of folks.
Having a product like Varonis that can give us the same type of reporting on when people access files and where, makes having to move some of our data to Office 365 a lot easier for us to sell to all levels of the organization.”