Many companies have a portal or a wiki, but not both. Why not? What scenarios are portals better than wikis for? When are wikis better to use than portal? This article aims to help show you how portals and wikis can co-exist in an organization and are both useful tools in their own right.
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The Office Collaboration & Messaging channel at BrightHub.com is designed to help any size business work from virtually anywhere. Find the latest technology information and tips for creating a virtual office. Exchange calendars, spreadsheets, presentations, and project management tasks among multiple locations, employees, contractors and clients.Read in-depth and honest virtual office software reviews and tips on using messaging and other office collaboration tools. Managing editor Michele McDonough and her team of professional writers and business men and women offer advice and tips designed to bring your office productivity to new heights, even if your office is in your own living room.
While digital culture has become increasingly important for businesses, those same organizations understand the importance of ensuring employees feel like part of a larger team. Those connections empower people to do their best work. Here are some tips on employing a company portal in your business.
The Internet is a superhighway now, taking us to a truly amazing variety of locations. It started small, but has a fairly well documented life.
Collaborations have had an impact on history that would not have happened without joint efforts. Collaborations take place on many levels – between multiple people, companies, countries – and the world. What do you know about these historical collaborations? Take our quick quiz and see.
So you can process a hundred different emails into specific folders, ensuring each is responded to in a timely manner – but can you answer a few fun questions about how the process of communications over the Internet began and how it became so sophisticated?
Are you a WiFi expert? Do you know all the latest WiFi terms? What’s the best wireless encryption method? What’s the difference between 802.11a, 802.11g and 802.11n? Take this quiz and show how much you know!