Have you introduced your unit to Cornell's collaboration tools (SourceForge, Confluence and JIRA) and started using them in your everyday processes so that people will already be familiar with them and their capabilities in case a campus emergency results in an extended period of telecommuting?
Are there collaboration tools you would like your unit to consider beyond those supported by CIT? Do members of your unit know when it is appropriate to use non-Cornell collaboration tools?
|Commercial Collaboration Tools: Document sharing and management|
|Google Docs (Students have access to Google Docs via Cmail, so some faculty may want to use it for faculty/student collaboration.)||Create, store, share and publish documents. Control access. Do group editing.|
|Windows Live-SkyDrive||Store, access, share files. 25 GB storage.|
Related information for faculty and staff: Collaborating