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  Scott Joyner , January 05, 2012
Thank you - this is an excellent survey of options and tools to manage and communcate with external teams.

However, I would caution readers that are sharing sensitive corporate documents in the cloud to look closely at how much control you have over the access rights on those files(read, write, create & delete). You need a vendor that can provide you with the controls to ensure your files won't be deleted or modified by anyone but those people to whom you designate those rights. These extra controls come at a cost, but so does losing control of your business documents.

Scott Joyner
VP, IT
Property Casualty Insurers Assoc of America
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  Peggy Hoffman , CAE , December 12, 2011
Good read and resource list. Appreciate the large and small examples. Love to see this as a *free* webinar to hear directly from the execs interviewed.
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  Rod Ammon , December 01, 2011
This is all good. Efficient, effective and green. Best of all, I believe the next stage of development in the use of tablet computers for board members will have them keeping in better touch, while helping them communicate their association's goals with more consistency.
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  Doreta Richards , November 10, 2011
Very relevant for organizations that have not yet explored the use of technology to enhance their business practices. Organizations that are experiencing a decrease in their recruiment and nominations process will need to be more creative and forward thinking in providing options for volunteer leaders' participation. Not just to retain current leaders but also to gain the interest of others. The article and resources provide options for organizations to move away from the traditional face to face meeting while accomplish the same, if not more, through the use of technology. The information will be invaluable for organizations that are exploring options for increased volunteer participation and greater efficiency.
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  Robert Clayman , November 03, 2011
Smart use of technology saves money, time, and can increase Board and member involvement. While it may take time to sell the idea and change how Board's manage information and communicate, our capacity and success as association executives is dependent on our ability to become agile users and learners. It is an indispensable tool in the work I do. The article and resources will prove to valuable moving forward. Thank you. Robert Clayman, Executive Director, Massachusetts Judges Conference
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