Google says it will wave goodbye to its online collaboration tool Wave, citing weak user adoption.
Whether your business is looking to start small or go big, many free tools can help jump-start your collaboration efforts. Here's a look at 15 of the best--some old, some new, some basic and some robust.
Google leads the way in providing real-time collaboration online for office productivity applications with Google Docs.
HP and Vidyo are partnering to bring Halo video conferencing to traditional conference rooms and desktop endpoints.
The first hurdle to using Wave for real-life business is explaining what it is. If you haven't spent any time using Wave, it's hard to understand.
At Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Central Desktop previews a service that promises Office 2010-like collaboration — without Office 2010.
Huddle, Meebo, Yammer, and other online services can help you collaborate with colleagues and get in touch with partners and clients.
Microsoft's new Docs for Facebook lets you create, edit, and share Office documents with your Facebook friends. Here's a hands-on tour of how it works.
No matter what size your company may be, it will run better when your people work together. These online collaboration services offer tools for every business need, and every budget.
Here's how to save a lot of back-and-forth making appointments by publishing your calendar to the Web.