The most successful businesses are greater than the sum of their parts. When individuals work together well, they fill in each other's blind spots and build on each other's great ideas. These conversations ultimately help teams be more productive, reduce time-to-market and come up with more innovative ideas. But if your teams are spread across different offices, or working from home, can you create the same collaborative magic?
Web-based collaboration tools claim to break down the collaboration barriers that distance can build. Everyone agrees they can reduce the time and cost of travel. And yes, these tools can stream your colleagues' voices, facial expressions, and slide decks into your meeting room, so you can get a clearer picture of verbal and behavioral signals. But if you're researching collaboration platforms, you'll hear skepticism, too. Naysayers declare that:
People won’t participate because they’re afraid of digital change.
You just can’t trust the security of collaborati
Founded in 2011 by Eric S. Yuan and other senior executives and engineers from WebEx and Cisco, California-based Zoom Video Communications (Zoom) offers cloud-based collaboration services.
When first launched, Zoom was heavily focused on video conferencing. Over time, the company has expanded its service to include additional capabilities such as audio dial-in with local numbers around the world, group messaging, wireless presentation, content co-annotation, and more.
No matter what role you have within an organization – be it engineer, salesperson, consultant, marketer, or business owner – you’ve acquired a second responsibility: project manager. But managing marketing projects has become more challenging than ever. Why? The work environment has expanded across departments, across job roles – and even across continents. To achieve organizational objectives, cross-functional teams form, collaborate, dissolve and re-form to tackle precisely defined projects and fulfill specific deliverables within carefully controlled deadlines and budget demands. Learn more today!
No matter what role you have within an organization – be it engineer, salesperson, consultant, marketer, or business owner – you’ve acquired a second responsibility: project manager. But managing projects has become more challenging than ever. Why? The work environment has expanded across departments, across job roles – and even across continents. To achieve organizational objectives, cross-functional teams form, collaborate, dissolve and re-form to tackle precisely defined projects and fulfill specific deliverables within carefully controlled deadlines and budget demands. Learn more today!
The following describes some typical UC usage scenarios, and how you can deploy products that will maximize productivity while minimizing downtime, excessive inventory costs, operational overhead, and unsatisfied users.
Today, the global marketplace isn't just for giants in the professional services industry. Organizations of all sizes are globalizing operations with a little help from web-based meeting and collaboration tools.
Published By: Brainshark
Published Date: Oct 16, 2013
Traditional ways of talking to customers, partners, and employees—memos, phone calls, newsletters—are being replaced by web-based interactive and social communication tools. Of those surveyed, 88% said that mobile access to social communication or collaboration tools was either important or very important. This whitepaper examines how companies can leverage Mobile, Social Enterprise, and video to create an enriched environment that delivers important communications and fosters active engagement.
With open, flexible Web 2.0 technologies from IBM, organizations from all over the world are adding a new dimension of imagination and innovation with these advanced collaborative tools. Learn how you can benefit from social software and team-based collaboration that is helping companies to ride the Web 2.0 wave to collaborative freedom.
In the construction industry, as in business generally, risk management involves identifying risks, assessing them and then developing strategies to manage them. Organizations that manage risk well enjoy financial savings, greater productivity and service quality, improved success rates of new projects and better decision making. It is clear that, in today's complex business environment, risk factors are wide reaching, and are intrinsically linked to achieving organizational objectives.
This report summarizes the most important factors for deciding between Office 365 and on-premises systems to support e-mail, Web-based document sharing, unified and coexistence possibilities for the most important Office 365 services, and summarizes the licensing and purchasing options for large businesses. communications, and other collaboration functions. It summarizes the major business and technical factors for evaluating Office 365, outlines the technical capabilities, migration options, and coexistence possibilities for the most important Office 365 services, and summarizes the licensing and purchasing options for large businesses.
This new Service Performance Insight explores why professional service organizations are increasingly relying on remote service delivery and collaboration tools to expand geographic reach, attract the best talent and increase satisfaction - all while reducing costs.
Published By: ExtraHop
Published Date: Jul 25, 2013
Practice Fusion, the leading provider of web-based electronic medical records, used ExtraHop to improve collaboration between its Development and Operations teams. “We’re not just remediating problems faster, but preventing problems from occurring in the first place,” says John Hluboky, VP of Technical Operations.
There’s more to your content than you might think. Beyond the differences of enterprise vs. web vs. cloud content management, new changes in intelligent machine-to-machine apps are reinventing the content management market.
In this expert e-guide, we explore a flexible, API-led approach to cloud-based content management and collaboration. Learn about a platform designed to enable you to:
• Power content with machine learning and metadata
• Drive intelligent capabilities like smart search
• Modernize content-based processes
• And more
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