Organizations need to simplify the process of certifying to auditors that employees have appropriate access, but using spreadsheets to certify access can be both inefficient and time consuming. What is needed is an automated, repeatable, auditable and accurate end-to-end solution for access certification. Research has shown that organizations using an automated approach to access certification can reduce the time required to review employee access by up to 50 percent.
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A common issue for users is that they have a hard time collaborating with other team members and tracking team related projects. This is because teams are dispersed and often rely solely on email to manage projects and share information. What is needed is a tool that lets you securely store and share project information with other team members. This tool would allow teams to work more effectively together and give them a central place to manage tasks and share project data.
A big problem within all organizations is knowing who has the latest versions of documents as well as just knowing if a document exists or not. This lack of control causes delays on productivity and wastes time. Users need a tool that will help them manage their documents and be able to track who has what version, what edits were made, etc. This will make team projects go much faster by removing the need to manually track down edits, create new versions and manage the overall document life cycle.
Data growth can be hard to control and the spiraling cost of new disk storage capacity needs to be controlled, without hurting the productivity of users. See how Novell Dynamic File Services can solve this problem by getting the most out of your existing hardware, while at the same time getting maximum value for your primary storage investment. All without users changing the way they work.