Collaboration & Social Strategy: Part 4- Workforce of the Future

Collaboration & Social Strategy: Part 4- Workforce of the Future

Apr 13, 2015

The generational divide within social networking tools is very important to note.  Industry studies[1] and the results from surveys and focus groups show a higher affinity to working within social networks toward Millennials and Generation-X than the Baby Boomers.  As

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Collaboration & Social Strategy: Part Three- Discussion Forums

Collaboration & Social Strategy: Part Three- Discussion Forums

Apr 3, 2015

Discussion ForumsDiscussion forums take on many appearances, but all perform the basic step of unlocking to a broader audience discussions that previously had been tucked away in email. Unlike instant messaging, forums are latent. While those paying close attention may

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Collaboration & Social Strategy: Part Two- File-Based Collaboration

Collaboration & Social Strategy: Part Two- File-Based Collaboration

Mar 30, 2015

Shared FoldersThe network drive is viewed as an extension of the desktop filesystem by most company computer users.  Typically, system administrators will configure desktops to save automatically to a network user folder, and map frequently used shares to letters of

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Collaboration & Social Strategy: Part One- Contemporary Collaboration Tools

Collaboration & Social Strategy: Part One- Contemporary Collaboration Tools

Mar 26, 2015

Collaboration: col·lab·o·ra·tion  /kə labə rāSHən/  NounTwo or more people working together toward shared goalsCollaboration is understood by the above definition, but the new technologies enabling collaboration can be confusing. This first in a series of blog posts attempts to define and give examples

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