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Collaboration: See how you can unleash the power of your people

Wondering what the next big thing is?

We are too, but we’re betting that collaboration’s going to play a big role. People are increasingly comfortable navigating the social media space, and enterprises are beginning to see shared social applications as a driving force that can give them a competitive boost.

Collaboration tools give your staff the power to accelerate innovation, move products to market faster and share information in real-time, creating a new level of intimacy and responsiveness with partners and customers alike. The trick is making these tools intuitive so they don’t hinder collaboration, but support it. What kind of tools are we referring to? Traditional ones such as email, phone and fax; tools that you’re exploring, like video chat, instant messaging, and portals; and the tools that have yet to be created. When carefully chosen and implemented, the right combination allows for real-time conversation and file sharing – regardless of location. Because nobody wants to think, “How am I going to do this?” They want to ask, “What do I want to do?”, and then they want to get it done – regardless of where they are and the device they have in hand.

So how are you going to turn collaboration into your competitive advantage?

Now our schools will be able to use technology to create, collaborate and communicate better, for the benefit of all stakeholders. It takes each school into a new era of curriculum delivery and student experience.

Sherrie Buchner

Supervisor of Technology, Northland School Division No. 61

Visit our ITbuzz blog to see the articles we’ve written about collaboration.

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Beyond the technical issues that businesses face with IT security, the greatest stumbling block to making change and implementing effective solutions is the human element, which boils down to two key problems – you don’t know what you don’t know, and although you inherently shouldn’t trust anyone, you have to trust someone.

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