Workshare earns highest honor in “Collaboration and Web 2.0” category for intuitive, simple, and secure collaboration application
London, UK – September 8, 2014 – Workshare, a leading provider of secure enterprise file sharing and collaboration applications, today announced that it has been awarded Gold in the Golden Bridge Awards' “Collaboration and Web 2.0” category. This is the third consecutive year that Workshare has been recognized by the Golden Bridge Awards, further distinguishing the company as a market leader in the enterprise collaboration space.
With Workshare, users can collaborate securely as they create, share, and manage high-value content from anywhere, on any device. Unlike consumer-grade applications, Workshare is built from the ground up, meeting both user demands for ease-of-use and IT demands for security. With seamless integration into legacy enterprise content management (ECM) and document management systems (DMS) and secure access from a mobile app, Workshare enables businesses to maintain control and visibility of their documents, while facilitating anywhere collaboration for their internal and external users.
“Group collaboration around a document is shifting away from email. Instead, employees are opting for consumer-grade collaboration applications, which are often unsecure and don’t provide the data governance businesses require,” said Anthony Foy, CEO of Workshare. “Workshare Connect has been recognized for striking the balance between user’s needs for simplicity and mobility, and IT’s need for security; and we are delighted that the industry is continuing to recognize us for this achievement.”
More than 40 judges from around the world participated in the judging process, with their average scores determining the 2014 Golden Bridge Business Awards winners. The winners will be honored during the awards dinner and presentation on September 30, 2014 in San Francisco.