Financial Services companies work with vast amounts of complex information on a daily basis. That presents a challenge to specialists in Wealth Management, who pride themselves on delivering a highly personalised service to clients. Thanks to cloud computing however, it’s getting easier for even boutique firms to deliver exceptional services levels despite information complexity. One example is Chadwick’s, a UK-based firm of specialist wealth managers.
Investec Asset Management reached a significant milestone in their Cloudfind rollout recently, so it was great to be able to commemorate in person with users! The project at Investec Asset Management reflects the challenges faced by many of today’s enterprises: giving users of complex, high volume information a rapid way to get to what they need. We’re thrilled that many
For a large enterprise, moving corporate information into the cloud is a non-trivial exercise. Many enterprises continue to have departmental servers, or large, complex Sharepoint implementations to consider. And that’s even after they’ve made the decision to standardize on a Google Drive or Box going forward. The viral nature of these new cloud-based collaboration apps often means that users are up and running long before all
How to Organize Google Drive – A Best Practice Guide for Teams How to organize Google Drive – is a question that many people find themselves asking after using Google Drive for a couple of months. This is especially true for teams of people trying to work as efficiently as possible using Google Docs, Google Sheets and other documents stored
On the evidence from this week’s BoxWorks, it’s getting harder to compare Box in any meaningful way to other companies anymore.It’s possible, but increasingly pointless to put Box in the file sync and share market (such as it is) alongside a Dropbox or OneDrive or Egnyte or Hightail or whoever – take your pick. Sure, there are other companies in
Today we’re announcing a step up in our integration with Box, and it’s one we’re pretty excited about. Enterprises have a huge problem when it comes to their information assets. The nature of big business means that information is accumulated at a staggering rate. The material that is already highly structured can be difficult enough to manage, such as formal
Let’s face it: we’re only accumulating more information. Whether it’s your personal photo collection, the server in your small business, or your Box/Dropbox/Google Enterprise account, the gigabytes just keep on growing. And sooner or later, you’ll realize that your original naming convention, filing structures and well-intended plans just got – well – bypassed: Was the folder structure year first, then
This Box Metadata beginner’s guide has been written specifically for Box customers who are looking at using metadata to satisfy a wide range of business goals. Experts from the content and document management industry have also been consulted and their views are shared here as quotes, helping us give you a clear view of how metadata can be efficiently used
We’re delighted to share an incredible story from one of Cloudfind’s newest customers who integrated Dropbox and Salesforce: the Elliot Katzovitz Insurance Agency. Like many SMBs, they chose market-leading cloud apps to support their business: Dropbox and Salesforce. But like many SMBs, they also found that these alone could not provide the speed and everyday efficiency they needed in a complex, information-rich environment.
Storing all your files in the cloud means lowering cost and having a better document management tool, right? Yes – and no. Workplace users of cloud storage and document management platforms such as Dropbox, Box and Google Drive need to be aware of the hidden costs of working with documents in the cloud. With the ever-decreasing cost of storing files in the cloud, and