Documents drive business: proposals, presentations, contracts, employee contracts, SLA’s, lease agreements, subscription agreements, the list is endless.
Allowing your employees to collaborate on documents in a safe secure online space is the simplest way to get with the new “Cloud” software generation.
Information technology can greatly expand communication, enterprise collaboration, knowledge sharing and, by extension, our capacity for discovery and innovation. But for now, enterprise collaboration is largely powered by e-mail and websites. Web conferencing, instant messaging, and shared workspaces, too, are available either as technology solutions or online services. These tools remain fairly fragmented and still don’t unleash the full potential of enterprise collaboration.
What people require is an enterprise collaboration platform that combines the power of social networking, content creation, and real-time communications and project management. Employees need to quickly connect with the people, content and resources they need to get their work done. They need a way to break down organizational silos with easier enterprise collaboration across departments, geographies, and even other enterprises. Valuable knowledge should be sharable across the organization and captured in one highly secure, centralized location.