Is your organization working for a better way to coordinate your work in an online, flexible way? In this Jane vs. Tierney review on project management tools, I’ll be looking at Huddle.
Do you find that you’re wasting time when working with others - sending files back and forth, looking for buried emails that contained important information, keeping track of who’s working on what? Maybe this is happening internally, or with your board, or between branches. Since most nonprofits rely primarily on email (or paper), almost everyone has this problem. In this review, we’re going to take a look at software for team project management/collaboration that will help you out with these issues.
Are you tired of sharing files back and forth with “track changes” and file names that just keep getting longer and longer? In the past, sending documents back and forth with edits was the main way to collaborate on a document with someone else - unless you had a document management tool like SharePoint, or could sit together in the same room.
What’s new in Microsoft’s latest integrated-management platform
Update January 29 2013: The version of SharePoint now available through TechSoup Canada is SharePoint Server 2013.This article was adapted from TechSoup.
June 21, 2010
Software for viewing and collaborating on documents
March 17, 2008
Update January 29 2013: The version of SharePoint now available through TechSoup Canada is SharePoint Server 2013.
April 6, 2011
By: Tierney Smith
Are you looking for a way to collaborate with coworkers and organize your documents? Have you heard of SharePoint and are wondering what it is and if you should use it? This article aims to de-mystify SharePoint and give you the basic details.