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6 CLOUD COLLABORATION own collaboration portfolios based on their particular objectives and priorities. e following section briefly describes these tools and organizes them into three main categories: collaboration, telephony and conferencing. Collaboration Presence: is is a foundational technology for collaboration. It detects the status of participating individuals and communicates that status to authorized users. With presence awareness, people can quickly see if someone they are trying to reach is available now, temporarily busy, in "do not disturb" mode or off the network altogether. is awareness allows people to find others who can answer their questions immediately --- and avoid waiting needlessly for a response from someone who is not likely to reply in a timely manner. Chat/instant messaging: Chat enables people to quickly communicate with others via typed text from desktop PCs and mobile devices. In an organizational context, chat/IM is enhanced with presence awareness and appropriate security. Chat tools can also make it easy to exchange files and resource links as part of a real-time chat conversation. Social media: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn can be used by organizations to connect with others, build brand recognition and recruit new talent. However, it is important to put appropriate controls in place so that workers only use these media in ways that conform to organizational policies. Enterprise social software: Organizations often find it useful to deploy social software--like tools within their closed, secure networks. ese tools include: • Blogs, which make it easy to communicate new developments to internal teams and selected external partners • Wikis, which effectively aggregate and publish the subject-matter expertise of multiple authorized contributors • Facebook-like "walls," which allow ongoing discussions and information- sharing about specific topics • Social search/tagging, which lets people add keywords, descriptors and ratings to documents and other content so that the best information resources in the organization also become the easiest to find Group calendars: Collaborative calendaring has become an essential tool for scheduling meetings, coordinating travel and otherwise ensuring that people have sufficient visibility into the activities of anyone they need to work with. Telephony Mobile voice access: Mobile voice access enables staff to use their mobile phones in the same way they use their desk phones. is allows them to move an active call between their mobile and desk phones without interruption. It also enables them to transfer someone with whom they are speaking on their mobile phone to a colleague's office extension. In addition, calls can be routed from users' mobile phones over the organization's IP network --- which, depending on the reach of that network, can be very economical for long-distance, out-of-network and overseas calls. Single number reach: SNR combines mobile voice access and presence to route calls to whichever phone a user prefers at any given time. is eliminates the need to call one phone number, leave a voicemail and then call a second number in an attempt to reach someone. Unified inbox: A unified inbox eliminates the need for workers to constantly check multiple locations for their latest messages. Instead, they can find all their voicemails, emails and missed chat messages in a single, well-organized repository. is saves time and reduces the chances of missing a critical message. It also makes it easier for users to retrieve important information from the past, since many people save important information from others in their inboxes. Digital integration: Organizations gain many benefits from the integration of their voice telephony with the rest of their collaboration environment. For example, with this integration, workers typing to each other in a chat session can initiate a voice call with a single mouse-click. ey can also click on a user's name in a document or wiki article to quickly call that person on the phone. Conferencing Audio conferencing: Key attributes for effective audio conferencing include ease of use (including a simple, intuitive way to select and invite participants), good voice quality, and complete call management functions such as muting, secure authentication and record/archive/playback controls. Video conferencing: is technology greatly enhances team communication and collaboration by adding the significant meaning of facial expressions, hand gestures and other visual cues to the conversation. e types of video
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