Team collaboration apps like Asana, CoTap, Circuit, Glip, HipChat, Redbooth, Slack, Spark and many more are providing new and often easier ways for teams to communicate, share documents, and manage tasks. But, their SaaSsy nature also creates the potential for IT responsible for managing against compliance and governance requirements.
As the team collaboration app space grows, IT leaders must begin to educate themselves on what apps are available and whether lines of business could be downloading and using these apps without IT even knowing. IT should create formal policies regulating team collaboration application download and use. Those seeking to maintain a competitive advantage in their technology and collaboration strategies should also evaluate if these apps could replace existing tools and provide a single solution where all types of collaboration can take place.
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