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.
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.
Sharing your screen with others over the Internet can have a lot of advantages, such as showing people how to complete a task in a specific program or showcasing slides within programs like PowerPoint. Check out this collection of screen sharing tips that will simplify the process in no time.
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.
Collaboration is difficult and time consuming, so finding spare time where you can is important. Check out these helpful templates and forms for collaborative teams to provide a healthy support and infrastructure for good communication practices in order to save time and energy!
You will find several Thunderbird tips, tools and tutorials on the Internet, but this guide will help you find not only a catalog of tips – you’ll also find solutions on how to fix problems in using the free e-mail client by Mozilla.
If you’re looking to keep in touch with telecommuting employees, you’ve probably looked into the possibility of either holding conference calls or video conferences. Both of these options have merits and faults, and we’re here to help you decide which work great for you!
Virtual teams present interesting challenges to any project, and it’s important as a leader to be prepared to handle these challenges as they come up. Here we’ve assembled a guide to managing remote virtual teams for you and your team’s benefit.
The concept of using VoIP software instead of a phone is pretty tempting. After all, ditching your phone bill and using the high speed Internet you already pay for just seems like a logical choice. But are there any downsides? We’ll make sure you’re prepared with a plethora of tips and advice.
When working in an environment that allows freelancing and working from home, the use of collaborative tools makes meetings easy as people do not need to come into the office.