In this video, learn the principles of chat and email. Probably the most ubiquitous methods of collaboration center around basic communication. Take texting or chats and email, for instance — both are integral parts of the modern workplace.
- Probably the most ubiquitous methods of collaborations…center around basic communication.…Take texting or instant messaging,…chats, and email for instance.…All integral parts of the modern workplace.…What are the differences between them, though?…That's partially defined by function,…and partially by technology.…The highest level of complexity,…and the most flexible, is email.…Email messages can be thought of as distinct documents.…
When you hit the send button on your message,…it goes through your email system server,…then gets delivered to the servers of any recipients.…It sits there until they open the message,…at which point it downloads from the server to their screen.…Email can be one-to-one, or one-to-many communication.…You can send your message to…a single person or a large group.…Email messages can be stored and organized for reference,…which makes them great for sending announcements,…newsletters, reports, updates, and so on.…
They're not quite as useful for ongoing conversations,…especially with more than one person,…
- Identify the benefits of modern file collaboration tools.
- Describe the different approaches to setting up team spaces.
- Explain the technical requirements for a collaborative workplace.
- Outline success factors in migrating to a collaborative workplace.
- Illustrate how modern technology supports collaboration.
- Define business collaboration.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Toolset of Collaboration
2. Why Digital Collaboration?
3. Things to Consider
4. Fostering a Modern Workplace: Culture Trumps Technology
5. Best Practices
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