Tagged With Collaboration

How to share a Microsoft OneNote notebook on a Mac or PC to collaborate with others

Companies are seeing unexpected benefits to remote work, like better meeting attendance and manager support for employees

How to balance a hybrid workforce of office and remote staff, according to the cofounder of a fintech startup who uses monthly in-person meetings to strengthen her team's connections

A former NASA programmer is using the skills he learned working with a space robot to change the way finance companies adopt new technology

Maintain good etiquette when using collaboration tools with these best practices

KFC and Crocs teamed up on a pair of fried-chicken Crocs, complete with chicken-scented drumstick charms on top

How to 'unshare' a Google Doc to make it private after you've already shared it with others

We tried Pizza Hut's new Stuffed Cheez-It Pizza, and were disappointed to find it actually tastes like neither pizza nor Cheez-Its

How Supreme went from a small skateboarding store in New York to an $1 billion streetwear company with a cult-like following among teens

Office Depot is surging after announcing its teaming up with Alibaba

An HR exec who's worked at Facebook and Amazon says top tech companies are hunting for candidates with a quality you'd probably expect them to hate

Australian businesses have a problem with collaborating with unis - and it could be costing them billions

The next trend in team collaboration and flexibility

Facebook is beefing up its work chat tool and getting ready to make it free for everyone

Why your business needs to nail collaboration to be successful in 2017

Facebook's plan to break into the workplace is already used by 1,000 businesses

This rising star at IBM just signed a deal with Cisco to take on Slack, Microsoft, and Gmail

Researchers say the 'success syndrome' could explain why your best employees are quitting

New Balance is going in a completely different direction

Cisco has a real-life Harry Potter 'Marauder's Map" that can be used to follow executives like John Chambers