The collaborative online office and document service was not loading as of around 9am ET on Friday, preventing anyone who relies on the service from accessing their cloud-stored data.
As a creative team, in a highly collaborative process of making greeting cards, we were able to pivot very quickly into something we could do remotely.
Looking at the future of collaborative spaces, Gold said there’s a part of the advertising industry that has known that virtual spaces like Slack, Zoom and Microsoft Teams are technologies that should have been adopted a long time ago.
So, instead of hosting a virtual meeting, colleagues in an asynchronous work environment would share a deck of a new initiative they’re working on via a cross-company platform and take feedback via a collaborative tool.
The work also represented a new kind of collaborative journalism rooted in trust and respect for the people who stepped forward to share their stories.
“From the start it was a collaborative effort,” VanDyke says.
The result has been the greatest collaborative knowledge project in history.
One is Margari Aziza Hill, an African-American Muslim who serves as programming director of the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative.
In my view, this exacts a heavy toll on live performance, collaborative esthetics, and the variety of life and its expression.
The designer follows in the collaborative footsteps of Pharrell Williams, Raf Simons, and Stella McCartney.
It was long after midnight when the collaborative composition of that famous despatch was finished.
The claim has been made by other critics that "Titus" was "collaborative," but Professor Wendell's is that it was an "imitation."
Collaborative effort needs to be brought to the forefront of the educational experience.
A variety of different interests can be brought into focus through sharing and collaborative learning.
Electronic books constituted over networks (wired or wireless) support a wide range of collaborative activities.
On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to collaborative, such as: collective, combining, joint, shared, synergetic, and synergic.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.