ShareFile and Google: The ultimate collaboration duo

Technology transforms how business gets done. With thousands of products, apps, and gadgets that promise increased productivity and efficiency, it is no wonder SMBs alone have increased spending on IT by 18% in the past 6 years.  While technology is critical to success of businesses of all sizes, having so many technologies can add complexity and, potentially, time and resources. But when technologies work well together, it increases their value and collaborative ability in the workplace. Citrix ShareFile focuses on working well with a variety of other products and technologies to help amplify their impact and streamline collaboration. ShareFile announced several new integrations and features in 2017,  but one of the most transformative was our new Gmail functionality. By connecting directly with one of the most used platforms in the world, ShareFile brings functionality to already existing technology investments.

ShareFile’s integration with Google helps businesses get the most out of their products in three key ways:

Simple file sharing

Send links to ShareFile files and folders right from the Gmail inbox – without having to toggle between multiple platforms

Keep everything in one place

Access your Google Drive within ShareFile – so you can access and send documents from a single-interface – regardless of where your files are stored

Deliver a connected experience

Work across different types of documents, tools and software, ensuring teams can securely and seamlessly collaborate on documents in real time.

And this is just the beginning! By focusing on the features and integrations customers need to get the most out of their tools, ShareFile delivers purposeful innovation.

About the Author

As a Senior Product Marketing Manager, Alysia Eve is passionate about how technology can improve peoples’ lives and loves working closely with customers to understand their needs. A resident of Raleigh, North Carolina, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from The Ohio State University and her MBA with concentrations in Marketing and Product Innovation Management from North Carolina State University. When she's not playing around with new technology, she loves spending time with her family and doing yoga, running, and cooking.