Top 8 Content Collaboration Platforms Tools
Office 365Microsoft OneDriveBoxG Suite EnterpriseMicrosoft 365 BusinessDropboxCitrix ShareFileMicrosoft Office SharePoint Server
There are all sorts of really good tools for use on the information security side that allow us to make sure that our people are doing business and doing business right.
They have support for integration with a lot of tools.
It is free if you use Microsoft Office 365.
The collaboration of the solution is good.
Box is very realistic when it comes to sharing capabilities.
If I'm addressing certain emails from banks — automatic emails, like OTP, etc. — I can create rules and forward that OTP to the specific email IDs. You can create rules and deliver mail to different groups using the forwarding feature. It's handy.
This product is reliable.
Since the pandemic hit us, it has helped a lot with the need to work remotely. We can share live files, work on the same document, we can live chat, and even create multiple channels within Teams where the files can be shared and worked on by specific users.
We don't really use the collaboration features because we have only a small organization. Dropbox is valuable having the hard drive space available, and the access to be able to upload and access the content.
Citrix has a very good file auditing features and security features.
This provides us with a secure way of sending tax returns without having to use passwords.
Document management and records management features are the most valuable.
The collaboration, the ability for multiple users to work on a single document.