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File/Folder management

Aug 5, 2016 4:21AM PDT

I run a mid sized business with around 100 employees. I would like to know about a software/tool which can help me out to deal with file management hassles.

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Re: file management hassles
Aug 5, 2016 4:29AM PDT

Find a local supplier of a "document management" system, discuss your requirements with them and see what they come with.
Compare their offer with what Microsoft's Sharepoint offers and with open source applications like found by https://www.google.com/?#q=open+source+document+management

Buying such a system in one thing. Implementing it in such a way that it is being used profitably is quite another thing, and needs a sizeable budget for system management and training.

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I agree with Kees here.
Aug 5, 2016 7:36AM PDT

I want to add that such a system is one that you delegate to your IT lead. Make it clear about the goals and that you don't want to be doing the work on it.

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File/Folder Management
Aug 8, 2016 2:02AM PDT

There are lot of industries out there that can make custom build document management softwares. The only thing that you are supposed to do is search for a genuine software provider.
Else you can also look for some reputed products like Sharepoint.

Regards,
Stellea Shapcot

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Post was last edited on August 8, 2016 2:06 AM PDT

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