Securely Share Documents
Know who, what and when.
Ensure important documents are being viewed in a timely manner, and know who has updated your files, which version was viewed, and if or when it was downloaded.
"Instead of saying that, 'here's what you have and it's in a box,' we can sit there and say to them: 'Here's what we'd like to do. Is that possible, and how can we work to do it?'"
Ensure you're keeping your partners up to date by using social technologies in a secure business setting. When you use tools like blog posts it helps you reduce duplication of effort in keeping your partners updated one by one.
Be a resource center
Make yourself available to your partners by allowing them to post questions. There's a history of answers available to them - chances are if someone has asked it once, it will be useful again. And with social tools built in - like upvoting questions and answers, marking questions as answered, and a rich text commenting system with images and attachements, it's easier than ever to create a resource center.
Have a Conversation
A secure line with each other
Have secure and private discussions within your partner portal. You're able to create spaces for private groups and audit who has accessed the discussions. You can share data and collaborate on documents, add attachments, ratings, and more.
Sharing should be easy.
Store your documents inside the cloud, then email secure links to site members, all without worrying about losing sensitive information or file size limitations. Users must log in to view and download documents, leaving you with a trail of accountability.