Sharing Internal Corporate Reports Online
Situations sometimes arise, when people working in corporate settings decide to share Internal corporate reports online. Note that here, we are looking at internal reports: which are not meant to be seen by outsiders. We venture to look at ways in which this sort of sharing can be done.
One approach to sharing internal corporate reports online is that which entails setting up a private website, onto which the reports are posted, and where authorized people can log in and access them.
Another approach to sharing internal corporate reports is that which entails setting up collaborative working sites (using the specialized software for that), and then using the said sites to share the reports. In this respect, you can try to use the Google docs service: it works quite well. Google Docs, like other Google services, can be accessed using your Gmail password. You can visit some of the independent www.gmail.com customer care sites which offer Gmail.com analysis for information on how you can use Gmail to access Google docs for collaborative work online.
Yet another approach to sharing internal corporate reports is that which entails sending the reports as mail attachments to the people who need to see them. The people can then perform whatever action is required on the reports, and send them back, creating a good chain of communication.