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CIOs Weigh In On Best Collaboration Tools

Collaborating as a team and getting everyone on the same page is never easy, but using collaboration tools is a surefire way for midmarket CIOs to help their organizations overcome that challenge.

At the recent Midsize Enterprise Summit, the world’s largest midmarket CIO conference, approximately 100 of the midmarket CIOs in attendance participated in a survey to determine the top collaboration tool technologies.

Microsoft SharePoint was rated No. 1 by a landslide, followed by (in order) Microsoft Lync, Skype, Go-To-Meeting, Chatter, Google Apps, WebEx, Box, Cisco Jabber, Yammer, Lotus Notes, IBM Sametime, Dropbox and Microsoft SkyDrive.

“Collaboration tools provide better communication, faster access to information, reduced email, more self-service and content ownership,” said Tim Bradley, vice president of IT application development and support at Metro Bank. Bradley has implemented SharePoint to improve collaboration.

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At the recent Midsize Enterprise Summit, the world’s largest midmarket CIO conference, approximately 100 of the midmarket CIOs in attendance participated in a survey to determine the top collaboration tool technologies.

Microsoft SharePoint was rated No. 1 by a landslide, followed by (in order) Microsoft Lync, Skype, Go-To-Meeting, Chatter, Google Apps, WebEx, Box, Cisco Jabber, Yammer, Lotus Notes, IBM Sametime, Dropbox and Microsoft SkyDrive. 

“Collaboration tools provide better communication, faster access to information, reduced email, more self-service and content ownership,” said Tim Bradley, vice president of IT application development and support at Metro Bank. Bradley has implemented SharePoint to improve collaboration. 

Jon Drake, CIO of Legacy Texas Bank, agrees with Bradley on SharePoint and adds insight on the benefits of Cisco Jabber as well. “SharePoint provides single source of business communications and important document storage, and Cisco Jabber allows all the benefits of IM within the organization,” he said.

- See more at: http://www.xchange-events.com/newsletter-articles/cios-share-benefits-of-collaboration-tools/#sthash.J2N83AXO.dpuf

At the recent Midsize Enterprise Summit, the world’s largest midmarket CIO conference, approximately 100 of the midmarket CIOs in attendance participated in a survey to determine the top collaboration tool technologies.

Microsoft SharePoint was rated No. 1 by a landslide, followed by (in order) Microsoft Lync, Skype, Go-To-Meeting, Chatter, Google Apps, WebEx, Box, Cisco Jabber, Yammer, Lotus Notes, IBM Sametime, Dropbox and Microsoft SkyDrive. 

“Collaboration tools provide better communication, faster access to information, reduced email, more self-service and content ownership,” said Tim Bradley, vice president of IT application development and support at Metro Bank. Bradley has implemented SharePoint to improve collaboration. 

Jon Drake, CIO of Legacy Texas Bank, agrees with Bradley on SharePoint and adds insight on the benefits of Cisco Jabber as well. “SharePoint provides single source of business communications and important document storage, and Cisco Jabber allows all the benefits of IM within the organization,” he said.

- See more at: http://www.xchange-events.com/newsletter-articles/cios-share-benefits-of-collaboration-tools/#sthash.J2N83AXO.dpuf

At the recent Midsize Enterprise Summit, the world’s largest midmarket CIO conference, approximately 100 of the midmarket CIOs in attendance participated in a survey to determine the top collaboration tool technologies.

Microsoft SharePoint was rated No. 1 by a landslide, followed by (in order) Microsoft Lync, Skype, Go-To-Meeting, Chatter, Google Apps, WebEx, Box, Cisco Jabber, Yammer, Lotus Notes, IBM Sametime, Dropbox and Microsoft SkyDrive. 

“Collaboration tools provide better communication, faster access to information, reduced email, more self-service and content ownership,” said Tim Bradley, vice president of IT application development and support at Metro Bank. Bradley has implemented SharePoint to improve collaboration. 

Jon Drake, CIO of Legacy Texas Bank, agrees with Bradley on SharePoint and adds insight on the benefits of Cisco Jabber as well. “SharePoint provides single source of business communications and important document storage, and Cisco Jabber allows all the benefits of IM within the organization,” he said.

- See more at: http://www.xchange-events.com/newsletter-articles/cios-share-benefits-of-collaboration-tools/#sthash.J2N83AXO.dpuf
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