eWEEK Labs: Michael Catons Top Five Collaboration Developments

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eWEEK Labs: Michael Catons Top Five Collaboration Developments

This clever Web-based application puts a Word document online so multiple users can edit it simultaneously in Word revisions mode. There is even an offline browser-based version that will synchronize offline changes.

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eWEEK Labs: Michael Catons Top Five Collaboration Developments - GroupSystem ThinkTank 1.1

This application makes it easy for groups to manage their meetings, from planning an agenda to recording ideas generated by the creative process to voting on these ideas. The voting tools are particularly good, allowing participants to rank ideas

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eWEEK Labs: Michael Catons Top Five Collaboration Developments - Interwise Interwise Connect 7.0

Interwises namesake Web and audio conferencing systems give companies an easy way to combine Web conferencing with both phone and VOIP-based conference calls. A rich set of Web conferencing tools helps Interwise range from seminars to e-learning

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eWEEK Labs: Michael Catons Top Five Collaboration Developments - Lotus Domino 7 and Lotus Notes for Linux

IBM finally rolls out a Notes client for the Linux operating system based on the open-source Eclipse development platform. Although the Notes client is a version 7 client, it indicates to a degree the shape of things to come with the next version

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eWEEK Labs: Michael Catons Top Five Collaboration Developments - Outlook 2007

Microsoft has put a number of small, but meaningful improvements in this version of Outlook, the main one being an easy way to share upcoming availability with someone outside the organization. Although task integration is Office 2007-focused, Outl

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