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TimestampYour Name [Anonymous is okay]What Collaboration Tools Do You Use? How do they help you communicate with co-workers or others?
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9/9/2013 8:51:22SteveWe use Jabber from Cisco as an instant messaging, and easy way to pass files to each other. It is a great informal method of communications that is much faster than email, and it also connects to our phone and Outlook calanders so we can tell when others are in a meeting, or on the phone. It is very informal, so it makes it easy to ask questions without feeling like you are filling up someone's email. It also allows you to chat with multiple people at once.
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9/9/2013 23:06:39Anonymous I use Box in my law firm. I use it to access my documents from my mobile device when I am away from my office. I also use it since it allows me to easily collaborate with my clients and coworkers easily. It eliminates the need to send multiple emails when working on a legal document, and I can just add a collaborator and we can work on the document by adding comments and tasks in one string of communication. Lastly, I like how I have control and visibility over my documents. I can see when and by whom my documents have been viewed and downloaded, and also password protect access to my documents.
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9/10/2013 4:01:00JamesWe use Confluence quite a lot to facilitate wikis (team collaboration spaces as we prefer to call them) and blogs to some extent. We've also looked at using Yammer to encourage teams to collaborate and communicate with each other.
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9/10/2013 4:44:36David GlennTrello
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9/10/2013 8:12:48AnonSharePoint
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9/10/2013 9:03:25Bert GregoryMicrosoft SkyDrive primarily. Box.com as secondary. It used to be Google Drive until they made their public statement that nobody should expect privacy with their services. Our business has 36 employees.
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9/11/2013 6:50:00Chad Burton
With our team, we use Box (document management), Clio
(internal client matter communications and other matter-specific
collaboration) and Yammer (for general idea sharing unrelated to client
matters and as our virtual water cooler). Oh, and there is always the
dreaded email (Google Apps for Business). We use these platforms
because they all integrate.
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9/11/2013 9:00:04AnonymousWe are using MS Lync in our firm quite often and everyone seems to like it. We are able to have quick just-in-time chats with one person or multiple people. We have are using it for at your desk video conferences. Right now it is just 1-1 video conversations, but may expand to multiple partiies. People are still getting used to the video thing, but it is a good way to connect over long distances. We also use Lync to share documents, charts, webpages, etc..., for comparison and review.
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9/12/2013 16:14:54KetanGoogle Docs (paid to increase security, despite NSA monitoring)
Shared and layered calendars (cross platform)
Wunderlist
Google Hangouts for video chats
Previously: Yammer
Skype messaging
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9/12/2013 16:15:12ketanGoogle surveys/forms!
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9/14/2013 6:13:26Clickcell-phone are most populer among all. we can communicate with our workers very easily at any time and any place.
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9/24/2013 12:44:04Kevinwebex
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