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The Digital Workplace Hub: The Next Wave in Collaboration

The Digital Workplace Hub: The Next Wave in Collaboration

The collaboration software market has experienced a significant overhaul in the past couple of years: several major players, including Jive and Atlassian, have exited the market, fewer startups are entering the fray, and we've seen the increased blurring of tool segments, for example through the merging of Skype for Business

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Find the Right Collaboration Tool Fit for Your Digital Workplace

Find the Right Collaboration Tool Fit for Your Digital Workplace

Online collaboration tools are disrupting the workplace. While some bleeding-edge organizations jumped out in front and embraced this technology early, others are now finding that it’s necessary to adopt new collaboration tools or get left behind.

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Why Email Still Lingers in the Collaboration Tool Mix

Why Email Still Lingers in the Collaboration Tool Mix

It's almost inevitable: You start a discussion about collaboration and teamwork in the workplace, and someone raises the question of email. Such was the case following a recent discussion about the relative merits of Microsoft Teams against the combined power of Google’s G Suite with a Slack integration.

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What If We Used Collaboration Tools to Rethink How We Work?

What If We Used Collaboration Tools to Rethink How We Work?

Chat is hardly a new idea. But the digitization of conversation-driven collaboration into "ChatOps" — where the chat interface becomes the focal point for applying discussion and automation to getting things done — is a world away from simple instant messaging.

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A Leader’s Guide to Choosing and Deploying Collaboration Tools

A Leader’s Guide to Choosing and Deploying Collaboration Tools

Most collaboration tool “rollouts” are a disaster. Leaders underinvest in change management and assume that technical tools will solve human problems in the digital workplace. The best collaboration tools in the world won’t fix problematic cultures, mindsets, leadership behaviors or communication in your organization.

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