In a survey conducted by market researcher IDC in 2016, it projected that organisations participating in its survey would be able to leverage their use of Dropbox Business to achieve average annual benefits worth US$190,200 per 100 Dropbox Business users (amounting to US$765,200 per organisation) over five years.
On a day-to-day basis, employees who used Dropbox Business also benefited from time savings and higher productivity, IDC said, with significant gains seen for employees such as sales staff who work on a mobile basis and require constantly updated versions of documents to do their jobs.
Read the full article titled “Collaborative Tools Can Also Help Companies Save Money” to find out how companies can save directly on server costs and improve business outcomes with Dropbox’s services.
“Empowering Enterprise” is an ongoing Ingram Micro series published in every Wednesday’s edition of The Business Times. It aims to provide news and thought leadership on the latest developments in cloud and security.
The series is produced in partnership with the following vendors: Dropbox, Microsoft, VMware, Cisco, IBM, Progress, Symantec, Barracuda, Dell EMC, FireEye, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Juniper Networks, Lenovo, Menlo Security, Adobe, BitTitan, DocuSign, NSFOCUS and Veritas.
This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Collaborative Tools Can Also Help Companies Save Money” published in The Business Times on 3 January, 2018.