Sesame CTO Noah Broadwater discusses how Central Desktop can transform an organization’s collaborative culture and impact the bottom line.
With the proliferation of online and social media, coupled with increasing partnerships with outside entities, keeping things on track and in the right department’s hands at all times has placed increased importance on the traffic management role.
So you’re thinking about collaboration software. You’ve read up on the benefits and you’re convinced it’s a good idea and your company will really benefit. The question then is who and what? Tough questions for the uninitiated. What it really comes down to is: do I go for an all-in-one or a specialized solution? Let’s look at the pros and cons of each approach.
Compelling presentations, acrobatic aerialists, good food AND a collaboration superhero? This year’s user conference was the best EVER (OK, we’ve only had two so far, but still).
Successfully adopting new working paradigms, especially those that have the potential to move employees out of their comfort zone, can be tricky. Luckily, there are some tips that can make the whole process a lot smoother. Here are eight to consider when you’re faced with implementing a collaboration solution into your business.
The tangible benefits of a modern, mobile workplace are hard to downplay. Businesses will become more flexible in the years ahead – or suffer the consequences.