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Microsoft Teams is all about communication—chatting, video conferencing, and more. We previously pitted Teams against both Slack and SharePoint, where users weighed in about how Teams performed compared to these close competitors.Read MorePosted by Gabby Shultis on 17 March 2020
Cross-functional teams come in all shapes and sizes—marketing and sales mashups, product and engineering collaborations, customer service and web design partnerships, and more.Read MorePosted by Brandon Hastings on 28 February 2020
Working remotely is about to become more than a trend.
Last month I wrote that the coming widespread rollout of 5G would change the way we work this year, and I still believe that's true. What I didn't account for at the time, however, is that there's another variable likely to force many of us to make those changes much sooner than we may have thought.Read MorePosted by Jason Aten - Tech Inc. on 28 February 2020
Every organisation handles internal communication differently. Some develop a robust internal communication strategy while others just wing it.Read MorePosted by Gabby Shultis on 21 February 2020
Digital document management tools have (thankfully) replaced most paper-based approaches to keeping up with important files and records. This evolution is important as the average knowledge worker spends an estimated 28 hours each week searching for information and collaborating internally, according to a McKinsey study.Read MorePosted by Kevin Senior on 18 February 2020
These days, most businesses find themselves having to manage their organisation in compliance with rules about finance, IT, information etc. Compliance usually relies on creating, keeping and managing effective records.Read MorePosted by Jacqui Hogan on 6 February 2020
Enterprise collaboration software has come a long way in recent years. Where before there were niche solutions that addressed one or two pain points, now there are crossover tools that seek to overcome multiple organisational challenges.Read MorePosted by Brandon Hastings on 5 February 2020
Unlike everyday operations, projects have a finite life. They seek to accomplish something specific, and then they end. This necessitates an orderly approach to starting and finishing projects—an approach referred to as the project life cycle.Read MorePosted by Brandon Hastings on 23 January 2020
Many documents go through multiple revisions before being finalised. They get passed around in print, in emails, and through links, experiencing numerous changes along the way. As each team member accesses the document, it’s important for them to know whether the version they’re using is the latest.Read MorePosted by Kevin Senior on 6 January 2020Read MorePosted by Gabby Shultis on 19 December 2019
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