ShareFile and Office 365: A closer look

As more companies move to Microsoft Office 365, Citrix ShareFile continues to deepen our partnership and integration to help all businesses be more efficient and productive with the tools they use. ShareFile compliments Office 365 in three key ways:

1. Containing document sprawl

With ShareFile, Office 365 customers can create a single pane of glass where clients and co-workers can access all their data – in SharePoint, OneDrive, and even network shares – from one location.

2. Simplifying external file sharing, securely

ShareFile makes it simple and secure to share large files with anyone – both internally and externally. With 265-bit encryption both in transit and at rest and a robust add-in that makes it seamless to share and request documents without leaving Outlook, ShareFile is the easiest way to exchange documents with peace of mind.

3. Streamlining workflows

With teams distributed globally, editing and approving documents can lead to lengthy and confusing email chains, which inhibit quality and productivity. ShareFile’s Feedback and Approval takes the complication out of collaboration with the ability to streamline workflows. ShareFile also provides e-signature, helping move signed documents into digital format. And with Office 365, ShareFile customers even co-edit documents right from ShareFile, creating a seamless space for collaboration.

ShareFile continues to expand its relationship with Microsoft, adding key integrations for product like Microsoft Teams. As more businesses move to Office 365 technology tools must integrate and increase the worth of the investment. ShareFile expands Office 365 and creates a simple way to collaborate and share regardless of platform.

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.