There's an increasingly evident need to bridge the gap between users' requirements for ease of use and IT departments' focus on protecting IP. Is it more important to seek the faster and more efficient cloud enabled collaboration tools or should organizations be concerned with compliance breechese and maintaining control? The truth is that organizations can have both!
Join our webinar: "Taking AIIM: Is There a Silver Bullet for Collaboration?" based on the recent AIIM report, Content in the Cloud – making the right decision.
On Friday, November 30, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. EST/ 3:00 p.m. GMT, our very own Dave Ewart, senior director of product marketing, and AIIM’s Doug Miles, managing director, will demonstrate to attendees:
- How to bridge the organizational divide when it comes to the adoption of cloud applications. According to the survey, business users and consultants are the strongest advocates for cloud collaboration tools, while IT administrators, finance and the C-level remain split on the issue. By developing a cloud collaboration approach that takes all stakeholder concerns into account, organizations can maximize overall productivity and strengthen collaboration with customers, partners and other prospects.
- The reality of cloud collaboration when communicating with customers and partners. Currently, 64% of organizations plan to use cloud collaboration services with customers, yet only 15% do so to date. Yet, whether known or not, nearly all companies use the cloud in this capacity via email and regularly deal with frustrations, such as version control issues, storage costs, unencrypted meta-data and risks associated with unauthorized forwards and accidental recipients. Ideal cloud collaboration platforms should solve these pain points and integrate with email, so users are not expected to drastically change the way they work.
- How Workshare’s technology allows the IT department to facilitate secure multi-party collaboration across departments and between offices, clients, and partners and the importance of choosing a solution with policies built into the platform, rather than simply dictating what users can and cannot access or do.
If you can't make it, be sure to download the webinar starting on Monday, December 3!