Michael Caton has been involved with collaboration technology for over 15 years, either covering the technology as an analyst at Aberdeen Group and eWEEK or researching the market while working for vendors. As an analyst, he's also covered IT service management, middleware and data analytics. He has a strong interest in using data-driven analysis to make sound decisions.
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No-code platforms such as Pipefy give end users the ability to build cross-functional, workflow-driven applications that add accountability and automation.
Via third-party integrations, Dropbox Paper enables teams to build workspaces that share content on other web services using a living document metaphor.