Three Reasons Why Your Company Should Use File Sync And Share

Dec 31, 2015

Three Reasons Why Your Company Should Use File Sync And Share

BY Chris Brunau

Your files are important to you, and they need to be easily accessible to you in order to keep your business running smoothly. Whether it’s employee information, customer data, or any other business-critical information, you need to have crucial data at your fingertips, regardless of where you are. Therefore, file sync and share (FSS) technology can ensure your data is nearby. 

Still skeptical about adopting FSS? Here are a few reasons why it’s a viable option for your business.

-Accessibility
FSS allows you to access important files whether you’re in the office, on the road, or at home. Having employees work from various locations is no longer an issue. If your employees are across multiple locations (which they most likely are), everyone can now access the important files they need - from anywhere!

-Control
Through advanced sharing features, you can choose who has access to your files and who has editing permissions. It’s easy to see when changes are made to a shared file, helping to keep files up-to-date. If something is accidentally deleted, you can easily find previous versions of the file you modified and bring it back. Also, you can determine when and how something was changed in the event of a discrepancy or error.

-Collaboration
Teamwork is a breeze with collaborative editing. When working with a file, multiple users can edit the same file at once, eliminating the issue of a colleague forgetting to close out a file, preventing others from accessing it. Also, with advanced permissions, tracking and tracing, you can guarantee everyone has the latest file with the correct information. As we mentioned above, this also makes it easier to work with colleagues in various locations without missing a beat.

FSS technology can help businesses be more effective and efficient. So, if your business is hesitant, hopefully these three reasons will help you reconsider the need for a FSS solution.

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