The May-June 2008 edition of Messaging News Magazine is out, with my article entitled The Changing Locus of Collaboration (starting on page 22): “There is a change underway in the world of collaboration within organizations, and it opens a whole new arena of collaborative possibilities. Rather than only […]
… its servers can’t handle the load. That’s got to be a good sign, right?
From the local rag today:
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There’s a lot of news and happenings reported here … I really feel it as I put it together … it feels overwhelming at times. And I guess that you feel it too … so here’s my idea to help you in your work: at the end of […]
I missed it for some reason — it didn’t arrive in my Inbox on May 22 — but the latest edition of Collaboration Newswire is out. I wrote the editorial on “When is Face-Time Too Expensive?” and my favourite piece is this part: “So how do we get […]
The May 8 edition of Collaboration Newswire crossed the wire a few hours ago: “IBM’s Lotus Quickr is a team collaboration product that continues and enhances the Lotus Quickplace offering, as well as embraces design ideas from the Web 2.0 world. It is also multiplatform, running on Microsoft […]
Last weeks edition of Collaboration Newswire has been distributed. It focuses on the numerous Conversations About Collaboration I have been involved in recently. “My life has been especially full of conversations about collaboration in the past two weeks, with visits to three Australian cities and two New Zealand […]
The latest edition of the Collaboration Newswire crossed the wire just over an hour ago. The focus in this one is on Extending Single User Applications for Collaboration, and I wrote about eXpresso Corp, which starts: “The core applications that most information workers use on a daily basis […]
The March-April 2008 edition of Messaging News is out, and my article for this edition is entitled Secure Document Collaboration Approaches. “When we need to share documents with other people, our default approach is to open email, start a new message, attach the document and hit send. We […]