Michael Osterman, President of Osterman Research, reviews the drawbacks and costs of relying on email for file sharing.
File sharing is the single most common activity on corporate networks and between companies – and email is still the most-used channel for file sharing: It’s easy, it’s ubiquitous, and it gets the information to its destination with a single click. So what’s the problem with sharing files via email?
Hear Michael Osterman, President of Osterman Research, and Peter Brown, Director of Product Marketing, Intralinks, review why and how organizations should consider moving to an enterprise-grade file sharing tool:
- The drawbacks and costs of relying on email for file sharing
- The problems organizations face when employees turn to consumer-grade file sharing tools as a solution
- The steps that organizations should consider for enterprise collaboration
All registrants received a complimentary copy of the Osterman Research report “The Critical Need for Enterprise-Grade File Sync and Share Solutions,” including data from an in-depth survey on file sharing practices: you can download your copy now.