Why are secure online collaboration tools important?
Case No 1.
Ever wanted to refer someone for a job but had no proof of their commitment to it?
Next time someone asks you to help them find a job, test to see how serious they are by asking them build a case for their hiring with more than a mere resume. Explain to them that a slide presentation like the one you see here and a video have become more the rule than the exception for those who really care about finding opportunity. " Who reads unsolicited resumes anymore? They won't if they can Google you, right? And when they do, you better be ready to explain everything they find. If the prospective job doesn't have a system of their own, it's clearly better to prepare everything you can imagine the employer want to know here at kapcommllc.com. Then, send an email to the employer with a user name, password and secure link directly to your reference's presentation. Given the presentation is convincing, there could be anything more impressive. With our help, we'll ensure that it delivers the positive impact you and your reffersl deserve.
Case No 2.
Ever made a presentation to someone only to have them modify it, call it their own, and pass it on to your competition?
Well to thwart this situation, it becomes especially important to limit the number of people who access your proposals and qualify them with a "non disclosure agreement" (NDA). This may not be appropriate for every presentation, but if you need to secure your proposal from competition and call on a team of experts to develop it, then there's simply no better way to manage them than with the tools right here at kapcommllc.com. Create an account for each of your experts and either have us assign their permissions or do it yourself. We will gladly sign an NDA to manage your accounts. If you need the additional security of a "smart card" then let us know and we can add that capability with SSL security (for a fee).
Case No 3.
I've just started working for a start up company and there's no end to the tasks or time I spend.
If you accept work from a "start up" company be aware that it's very common for new companies to have everyone "multi hatted." Over the first year of the company's existence there may be virtually no limit to the time or tasking you're given. What's worse is no one seems to keep track, so the onus is on you to manage what you do, an how long it takes You don't want this level of intensity to go on forever, and there's no better way to justify your salary than to securely manage your roles and responsibility with our task oriented project management system. Over the course of the first year, clear tasking patterns will emerge on the skills and time required to complete any number of tasks, making your salary justification, and development of new employee job descriptions a breeze. In the second year of this company's growth you can continue to enjoy higher pay or sit back and watch others toil over what you used to do into the wee hours.