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5 Document Collaboration Links – Feb 11

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • February 11, 2011

Looking for more great links on Document Collaboration? Here are some of the best articles I have retweeted on @agilewords, and read in RSS subscriptions this week. Should You Sell Collaboration? 5 Practical Tips on Making Virtual Collaboration Efficient 5 Principles of Effective Collaboration What Almost Everyone Gets Wrong About Collaboration What Almost Everyone Gets [...]

5 Reasons to Invest in Document Collaboration Tools

  • By Ivan Walsh
  • February 09, 2011

There’s an interesting scene in the movie Avatar where the protagonist uses collaborative video software to submit status reports, instead of old-fashioned Microsoft Word documents. In the lobby afterwards, my friends and I got talking about the pros and cons of using video for collaboration and also why Document Collaboration tools tends to work in [...]

Desktop versus Web-based Document Collaboration Tools

In the rapidly changing business world of the 21st century, it’s necessary for both small and large enterprises to engage in collaboration, since it allows team members to work together to achieve shared goals and similar business benefits.  The most common form of collaboration, by far, is document collaboration.  There are currently two types of [...]

5 Document Collaboration Links – Jan 28

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • January 28, 2011

Looking for more great links on document collaboration? Here are some of the best articles I have retweeted on @agilewords, and read in RSS subscriptions this week. Best Practices of Document Collaboration Methods Create a Track Changes Document by Comparing Two MS Word File Collaboration comparative analysis: Huddle vs Comindwork vs Zcope/ New Version of [...]

How Document Collaboration Tools Can Help You Increase Your Productivity?

  • By Tabitha Naylor
  • January 24, 2011

Collaboration is critical to the success of virtually every business. Without it, employee productivity decreases, which then eats away at your company’s bottom line.  According to IDC Research, businesses spend about $3,000 per employee per year for the cost of low productivity.  So, for example, if your company has 500 employees, you’re losing $1.5 million [...]

5 Document Collaboration Links – Jan 21

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • January 21, 2011

Looking for some great links on document collaboration? Every week we share links to articles related to online document collaboration. Here are some of the best articles I have retweeted on @agilewords and read in RSS subscriptions this week. How To Find Collaboration Ideas Online How Cisco Collaborates Internally Is Lotusphere really worth the cost? [...]

5 Document Collaboration Links – Jan 14

This post is part of a weekly series featuring the resources mashup related to online document collaboration. Here are some of the best articles I have retweeted on @agilewords, and read in RSS subscriptions this week. Collaboration, Reciprocity and TimeBanks Seven Essential Practices of Personal Productivity Collaboration in the Supply Chain, Where is it? Google [...]

How To Securely Exchange Legal Documents

What would happen if you emailed your client’s business documents to the wrong person? Or how would your clients react if their legal documents were published on the Internet by accident? Think they’d shrug it off? Probably not. Most of us don’t see the risks in emailing business documents and assume everything is fine… until [...]

Building a Team to Support Document Collaboration

It’s amazing what a strong team can accomplish.  The combined will and cooperation of a team truly focused on achieving an end goal is often times unstoppable. This was proven by the Egyptians when they built the Great Pyramid at Giza.  Even then, they recognized the importance of a strong team in management and productivity.  [...]

Document Collaboration 101: Ensuring Success

Document collaboration can be the best thing sliced bread – or someone’s worst nightmare.  Without proper processes and procedures in place, collaboration can drive a person to the brink of insanity, especially if coordinating the work of multiple editors.  There’s nothing worse than trying to manage conflicting comments from a handful of different people.  What [...]

 
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