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I need to know more about how to Collaborate effectively. by Mind Map: I need to know more
about how to
Collaborate
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I need to know more about how to Collaborate effectively.

As with all Google products, support only exists in the form of articles that can be found on the web. The articles are usually well written, however if you have a question that goes beyond the documents, the only course of action is to find others that have worked with the product and get their assistance. The bright side, however, is that Google products are designed to be user friendly, even for the novice user.

Overall Bang for your Buck: High

The overall value of this product is high. It can be set up for group projects, both in-house and between you and your customer. it is an excellent way to make sure that people are all on the same page. It can also be used for an online training manual for new employees, or a website exactly like the one you are viewing right now. For the price of absolutely nothing, Google Sites offers a shocking amount of value.

Wiki

What is it?

Wikis are websites that are editable by one or more people. Teams use these to keep track of projects, assignments, etc. Organizations use these for company intranets. If you have information needs that that require you to keep track of information across several people and/or projects, then a wiki might be the thing for you.

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Ratings, Cost: Low(Under $100), Up and Running Time: Fast, This should be a relatively fast implementation, provided that the person designing the site already knows something about web design (planning out pages, obtaining content, writing copy, and so on). There are a couple of quirks to get used to, but overall the program is easy to use. If your design and your content has already been assembled, a working website should not be too long in the making., Customer Support: Low, As with all Google products, support only exists in the form of articles that can be found on the web. The articles are usually well written, however if you have a question that goes beyond the documents, the only course of action is to find others that have worked with the product and get their assistance. The bright side, however, is that Google products are designed to be user friendly, even for the novice user., Geek Rating: Low, You don't need to be much of a computer geek to accomplish this project. There is no code whatsoever to know. You really can build your own website by just adding text and images. The more difficult things (that require extra knowledge) involve putting in rotating images in the banner, etc - usually more flashy/design oriented elements. If you need an outward-facing website that really makes you stand out from the crowd, this might not be the product for you. However, if you just need something functional that is easy for you and your coworkers to edit, this would be an excellent choice.

What You'll Need, A Google Account. Google Accounts are free.

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Share Files

Manage Projects

Wiki

What is it?, Wikis are websites that are editable by one or more people. Teams use these to keep track of projects, assignments, etc. Organizations use these for company intranets. If you have information needs that that require you to keep track of information across several people and/or projects, then a wiki might be the thing for you.

Google Sites, Ratings, Cost: Low(Under $100), Up and Running Time: Fast, This should be a relatively fast implementation, provided that the person designing the site already knows something about web design (planning out pages, obtaining content, writing copy, and so on). There are a couple of quirks to get used to, but overall the program is easy to use. If your design and your content has already been assembled, a working website should not be too long in the making., Customer Support: Low, Geek Rating: Low, You don't need to be much of a computer geek to accomplish this project. There is no code whatsoever to know. You really can build your own website by just adding text and images. The more difficult things (that require extra knowledge) involve putting in rotating images in the banner, etc - usually more flashy/design oriented elements. If you need an outward-facing website that really makes you stand out from the crowd, this might not be the product for you. However, if you just need something functional that is easy for you and your coworkers to edit, this would be an excellent choice., The overall value of this product is high. It can be set up for group projects, both in-house and between you and your customer. it is an excellent way to make sure that people are all on the same page. It can also be used for an online training manual for new employees, or a website exactly like the one you are viewing right now. For the price of absolutely nothing, Google Sites offers a shocking amount of value., Overall Bang for your Buck: High, What You'll Need, A Google Account. Google Accounts are free., Link, Google Sites

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Schedule Meetings

Manage Task Lists

Brainstorm Online

Manage Meetings

Use Whiteboards

Organize Campaigns

Collaborate Online/Virtually

Wiki

What is it?, Wikis are websites that are editable by one or more people. Teams use these to keep track of projects, assignments, etc. Organizations use these for company intranets. If you have information needs that that require you to keep track of information across several people and/or projects, then a wiki might be the thing for you.

Google Sites, Ratings, Cost: Low(Under $100), Up and Running Time: Fast, This should be a relatively fast implementation, provided that the person designing the site already knows something about web design (planning out pages, obtaining content, writing copy, and so on). There are a couple of quirks to get used to, but overall the program is easy to use. If your design and your content has already been assembled, a working website should not be too long in the making., Customer Support: Low, As with all Google products, support only exists in the form of articles that can be found on the web. The articles are usually well written, however if you have a question that goes beyond the documents, the only course of action is to find others that have worked with the product and get their assistance. The bright side, however, is that Google products are designed to be user friendly, even for the novice user., Geek Rating: Low, You don't need to be much of a computer geek to accomplish this project. There is no code whatsoever to know. You really can build your own website by just adding text and images. The more difficult things (that require extra knowledge) involve putting in rotating images in the banner, etc - usually more flashy/design oriented elements. If you need an outward-facing website that really makes you stand out from the crowd, this might not be the product for you. However, if you just need something functional that is easy for you and your coworkers to edit, this would be an excellent choice., Overall Bang for your Buck: High, The overall value of this product is high. It can be set up for group projects, both in-house and between you and your customer. it is an excellent way to make sure that people are all on the same page. It can also be used for an online training manual for new employees, or a website exactly like the one you are viewing right now. For the price of absolutely nothing, Google Sites offers a shocking amount of value., What You'll Need, A Google Account. Google Accounts are free., Link, Google Sites

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