Single point of control
There will be only one verified administrator for an organization's workspace. With the single administrator for the entire organization's dashboard, the control of the entire hierarchy lies with this administrator, thus making the structure more of an organized file-system approach.
The administrator can grant other employees, access to the organizational dashboard, based on two levels of sharing; Developer and User. Developers can edit applications shared with him, and also create new ones. Users will be restricted to viewing shared applications. For instance, if an organization's webmaster is the administrator of the organization's workspace, he can grant Developer-Access to one member of each department. This developer, in turn, can create the required applications and share them with members of their respective departments.
The organization's workspace or dashboard is common to all employees of the organization. Any user who logs in will be seeing this dashboard that lists only those applications which have been shared with them. Only the administrator will be able to view all the created applications. Other users will see only those applications which have been shared with them. This removes clutter from the dashboard by listing applications that are relevant to that user.
Domain level sharing
Sharing an application or module to every employee in your organization can now be done without having to enter each email address individually. Share it to your company's registered domain, instead. For example, if you work for Zillium Inc, and your primary email address registered with Zoho is firstname.lastname@example.org, share your application with anyone across the globe who registers a zillium.com email address with Zoho. It is obvious that only Zillium's employees will have a zillium.com email address, so the job is done.