Email Killers 2017: A Look at 14 Cloud-Based Team Collaboration Apps: Page 2 of 17
Before we go further, let's do a quick refresher as to what these team collaboration apps are.
Think of them as chat forums that let small teams of knowledge workers collaborate on specific projects. They inevitably have text chat capabilities, document storage, and integration with a growing number of third-party apps. And they usually have some kind of document annotation, project management, and task assignment capabilities.
Most have some kind of real-time voice and/or video communications baked into them or are available via integrations (which is why you're reading about them on No Jitter). And only occasionally are they available as premises-based or company-owned software, but rather are delivered as public cloud services.
OK, on to the apps... alphabetized by product (not company) name.