1. Invest in people and technology
"The success of collaboration technology depends entirely on employees changing the way they think about work for it to function."
2. Reduce the number of tools being used
"Having too many tools leads to less time available to train staff to use them effectively and can lead to skill gaps within the workplace."
3. Embrace the evolving workplace
"Put simply, a nine-to-five office culture doesn't suit everyone, and employees are putting flexibility higher on their job wish list."
4. Shared Storage
"Having data constantly accessible allows dispersed teams to work more closely, meaning they can be more productive."