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Author: Shahab Kaviani, James Gaskin
Overfull email inboxes and a constant flood of unmanageable emails are facts of business life that nearly everyone faces. One is often tempted to file for “email bankruptcy” – click the delete inbox button and end it all. Most strategies around dealing with this email deluge relate to getting more power out of the email solution – greater storage, more intelligent spam filters, more powerful search – or better “management” of the email torrent – time budgeting, organization of mails etc.
This whitepaper argues that we’ve got the problem all wrong. If email deluge is a problem, we’re part of the problem. We are not using email for what it was meant for, what it was designed for. It is from this the problem of email chaos stems, as does the problem of constant distraction and productivity sapping email interruptions. Email is actually working against us.
The objective of technology, including email, is to enhance employee productivity and information management. The answer to overburdened email systems may be an online collaboration solution. Online collaboration tools allow you to focus on the work to be done rather than trying to force email into doing things it doesn't do well. This white paper describes how online collaboration tools not only help you reduce the email deluge, but also streamline information management and increase overall productivity.
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