In your private life you have perhaps a smartphone, a tablet, a laptop and/or a desktop. You can share information between these devices easily using tools like Dropbox, Evernote and Google Docs. You post a few pictures of your weekend on Facebook and all of your friends see them, comment on them, and make their posts on Pinterest, Twitter, and whatever other social nook they choose to use. All of this happens fairly effortlessly.
And then you go to work.
For most people, going to work is like going back to an age where people only used email to communicate, besides sharing the company's servers. Yes, an enormous share drive full of nested folders upon folders, files that haven't been opened in five years, with useful titles like 'Project brief final.doc' and 'Copy of Project brief final.doc'. Finding anything in there is like trying to find someone on a Sydney train with an old Nokia.