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CTET Exam has been scheduled to be held on 16th Sep 2018, so it is very crucial time to start practice onCTET question papers. You can download CTET previous year question papers in Hindi English from the links given below. We are providing the link of official question papers PDF of CTET Paper I Paper II 2016/2015/2014.

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May 27, 2018 at 1:21 pm

My favorite collaboration tool is Kanban Tool. It’s so easy to use! I can see clearly what tasks I still have to do and what I have done. I can even see what my colleagues are working on at the moment. Kanban Tool lets me organize my tasks into projects, so I can actually see how much there is to do to close one thing and start the other. I often work while traveling, so the fact that it works well with touchscreen is pretty important to me. So far the best choice for me.

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Excellent list of tools. Have you tried NowBridge? It a great team connectivity app which creates the illusion of being in a room together by sharing small, filtered, still images every few seconds with the people you choose to connect with. This way you can see who is there and if they are free, but it still creates a privacy barrier compared to a live video feed. The system is mutual so you can only be seen by the people you can see. Additionally it allows you to open up chat windows with your team.

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Great list, Greg! I would also add Zenkit into the mix. Similar to Trello and Asana, Zenkit, is a project management tool designed for collaborative use within teams of any size. It is user-friendly, customizable, and its clean design will allow you to manage your tasks and projects smoothly. Available on web, desktop, and mobile app, it’s ideal for remote teams.

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Very comprehensive list……would add Walkabout Workplace, which is a next generation 3D virtual office platform. The difference is that it isn’t another tool but rather a “place” where remote teams that work together on a regular basis go everyday, making them feel like they are physically together with all their applications in a virtual office environment. It creates much stronger spontaneous engagement by bringing back the ability to “walk down the hall” and knock on a colleagues door to ask a quick question, creating faster, better more connected decision making.

April 19, 2018 at 8:04 am

Hey, Thanks for putting together this post on online collaboration tools.It is a great read. I particularly find your thoughts about file shairing quite interesting. Keep up these insightful posts.


March 20, 2018 at 11:47 am

Thanks for putting this together! I’d recommend adding Unison.

Unison is a group communication tool that helps organizations connect and organize groups of people.It was created for group collaboration of any size. It’s an especially great resource for small organizations, since you can sign up and get started for free.

It makes organizing and communicating with any group fast and easy. You can share documents, photos, and comments with everyone. If you’ve got an upcoming event, you can create RSVPs, polls, and signups to keep track of all the moving parts involved with group planning. The group calendar also syncs with Google or iCal so no one will lose track of important dates or deadlines.

Thepaid planoffers additional features, like registration forms, unlimited levels of sub-groups, additional administrators, email blasts with mail merge, and text blasts.

February 5, 2018 at 2:41 pm

Nice! I would add Sharelov as a Marketing Collaboration Platform for teams and marketing campaign management.

November 26, 2017 at 4:25 am

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November 23, 2017 at 6:50 pm

Great list Greg, please also consider Brand Toolbox. We have a stack of clients using this Brand and Digital Asset Management tool to manage their brand style guidelines, specification manuals, photo and digital asset libraries. It also allows teams to share and comments on content, assets and checklists.

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What a solid list! In addition, I would also recommend Dead Drop Software. Dead Drop is a secure communication and collaboration platform for teams and businesses that work together. It is a cloud-based system for working on projects, sending messages, and managing files. Dead Drop comes with a fixed and flat rate of $79. This comes with unlimited projects, unlimited users, unlimited storage, unlimited EVERYTHING.

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For too long, say researchers from the University of Surrey, we have focused on the glamour of the jet-setting lifestyle at the exclusion of its physical and mental costs, writes FinBuzz .

It used to be common to flaunt the things you had. Nowadays, we flaunt the things we do, and there’s nothing quite like travel for making your Facebook persona look like the kind of bees-knees fellow that everyone aspires to be. Meanwhile, in your professional life (however much the boundaries may have blurred), making regular business trips doesn’t half make one feel jolly important.

From stock images of gap-year students finding enlightenment in the jungles of Asia to slick television adverts of handsome and wealthy looking men being pampered by the attractive personnel of the world’s most elite airlines, travel has been glamorised as a status-defining dimension of life no matter what your income bracket.

But as with all glamourous lifestyles, the glamour of frequent travel comes at a cost. And while the financial and ecological sides of this price tag have long been understood, a recent research paper entitled “ A Darker Side of Hypermobility ” suggests that the human dimension has long been overlooked: as well as costing the earth and ramping up expense accounts, frequent flying can produce serious physical and mental tolls on the traveller.

Some of these, such as the dreaded deep-vein thrombosis, are well known. But the adverse effects of even the most frequently experienced travelling woes such as jetlag are, it turns out, often poorly understood.

Few are likely to be aware, for example, that the body can take as long as 11 days to get its circadian rhythms back into sync after a long-haul flight, or that medical research has linked jetlag with increased risk of heart attacks and strokes. At what the researchers call the “extreme end of a darker side of hypermobility” are arguments that frequent fliers “should be classified as ‘radiation workers’: flying 85,000 miles a year goes beyond the regulatory limit for public exposure to radiation facilities”.

There are numerous psychological ramifications of frequent air travel too. “Hypermobility”, warn the researchers, “is frequently an isolating and lonely experience”. Those that have families will be painfully aware of the strain that prolonged absence from home can cause. This kind of lifestyle has even spawned a common trope in popular culture, the “stay-away Dad” of American films who always promises to make the next school play despite being inevitably called away at the last minute.

Even those without families will be surprised to learn how psychologically disorientating constant travel can be. From the loss of “local place-bounded identities” to the “deterritorialisation of place-identity” the researchers present a dizzying list of potential psychological ailments associated with the footloose lifestyle.

Finally, for those who are sceptical of academic neologisms and prefer their research to be based on hard figures, consider the following example: in “a study of the medical insurance claims of 10,000 World Bank staff [researchers found] a nearly three-fold increase in psychological claims by business travellers (4,000 of those staff) as opposed to non-travellers”.

Business-class flights and five-star hotels are always going to be glamorous. Research such as this is as unlikely to stop the hypermobile from enjoying these services and the status gained from using them as it is to stop many of their less mobile colleagues from envying them. Yet it might just make both these types think twice about the costs of such a lifestyle.

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