Collaborative software tools offer many ways to share information. But most of us rely on good ol' e-mail. Now there may be a halfway point.
We all use portals of various types. News portals, company portals, even customer service chat portals. Some of us use project management, databases, contact management, document management all these are now available not only as stand alone applica......Full article >>>
hroughout the day, be sure to upload your documents to the project space so that everyone stays on the same page, and don't forget to cc the team workspace on that e-mail thread so that we capture the dialog for all members. They still rely on e-mail for the basic interaction.
We have folders in our e-mail software, non-e-mail desktop folders, and when you add these group collaboration s......Full article >>>
sit or a local application that you run. It functions as a plug-in to a space where we live our entire day Outlook and Lotus Notes mail clients.
Our biggest challenge was creating order from e-mail chaos in fairly complex projects -- the essential implementation where decisions are made, changes are documented, and how the pieces dovetail together. That process used to be a nightmare of......Full article >>>
users need to incorporate into their work routines, Kubi permits people to work in a place they know and that they have their arms around, without asking them to change well-established habits.
The news here is the incremental extension of the familiar...not the shock-and-awe of the totally new.
We still believe theres a missing piece of the ideal collaboration personal infras......Full article >>>
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