Thursday, March 29, 2012
The do-less-with-more mantra is still prevalent among many companies as they continue to work their way back from the worst of the global recession. As a result, these organizations are looking for new practices and processes that will make them more efficient and their employees more productive.
One technology that should be at the top of any such company's list is file sharing. By giving employees the ability to send and receive information quickly and easily, companies can expect to see improvements in a number of areas.
With access to a file sharing program, employees will be more likely to collaborate on special projects and day-to-day responsibilities. This will translate into a more efficient and effective workforce as employees pool ideas and gain value from each other's insight.
When work is made easier for them, it's no surprise that employees are typically more satisfied with their jobs. And when employees are happier, companies can count on them staying at their jobs or at least with the company longer. That means fewer resources need to be invested in hiring and training.
A fileshare tool can help an organization cut costs in a number of ways. For one, because the application is hosted in the cloud, there is little that's needed in terms of on-premise hardware and software. All files are stored online. Secondly, companies can then cut out paper waste, as employees will no longer have to print out files and documents. This will lead to savings by reducing the need for office supplies, including ink, toner and reams of paper.
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