collaborative editing


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collaborative editing

Making changes to a document or drawing by two or more people in real time. See application sharing.
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Requiring zero server hardware, the solution also allows for high-performance collaborative editing right out of the box using PROMISE s high-performance, low latency file system, VTrakFS.
Users can also do real time collaborative editing in Word on their documents stored on OneDrive for Business or Office 365 SharePoint sites.
Verbatim or documentary theatre involves filming interviews with participants with various perspectives on a subject, then honing down the hours of content through collaborative editing until a script emerges.
Through its platform, Intralinks offers important solutions in the field of IT security, especially for the secure exchange and collaborative editing of sensitive business information.
The launch of WeVideo's Arabic, Turkish, and Persian websites will allow users to explore the software's advanced solutions, and provide access to its collaborative editing features.
Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service provided by Google, released in 2012, which enables user cloud storage, file sharing and collaborative editing.
EditShare, a provider of cross-platform collaborative editing and shared media storage, has announced the first step in the roll-out of Lightworks Open Source.
This tool should help reduce disruptive edits or errors to these pages while maintaining open, collaborative editing from anyone who wants to contribute.
Wikipedia said the new tool will help cut errors while the site continues to maintain open and collaborative editing from anyone who wished to contribute.
He discusses blogs, wikis, Facebook, virtual worlds, message boards and mailing lists, collaborative editing, genealogy-specific networks, podcasts, RSS feeds, sharing personal libraries, social bookmarking, and tags.
You could see the same dynamic in late September, when Google introduced a Web-based fusion of e-mail, instant messaging and collaborative editing called Google Wave-- and hype-intoxicated Web users who weren t necessarily sure what Wave did began groveling for invitations to try it out.
Many say that an editorial doesn't lend itself to the collaborative editing process because people with opposite viewpoints will simply change each other's conclusions.

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