The State of Communications and Collaboration
Companies are still wrestling with how to get the most value out of their investments.
Most any organization can benefit from efforts that strengthen collaboration. Collaboration is key to government agencies and private enterprises alike if their initiatives are to be profitable, time-efficient and adaptable. But collaboration solutions must be tailored to fit the work environment in such a way as to actually be used by all stakeholders and they must address the security concerns relative to the organization, whether public or private.
In their book "Dynamic Collaboration," CollabraSpace co-founders Ray Schwemmer and Rick Havrilla examine several methodical approaches to providing essential collaboration services; more crucially, the authors explore ways in which those services can be delivered so employees are sure to use them. These services include Web 2.0 tools, such as social networking platforms like Twitter and .
Additionally, Schwemmer and Havrilla address concerns pertaining to cloud computing and sensitive information so you can better balance the need for security with open communication.