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Have you looked at Google Docs, Tracey?
That was my first thought, but a couple of them are not comfortable using Google Docs with some of the proprietary information and ideas they will be sharing. They are amazing individuals and have extraordinary knowledge so they are very careful. Which makes things a little more difficult. Unfortunately.
I just cannot come up with another program that would allow the same document sharing capability in real time that is not based on teams and tasks.
I thought it might be a stumbling block. If you are really worried about the information confidentiality/privacy, you will be stuck with an on-premise solution, which will make it difficult to share globally (firewalls, perimeters, VPN, ...).
Microsoft OneNote is a great collaboration tool but not for documents. You may have to look at a Wiki, like Atlassian's Confluence.
It seems to me that Stéphane's suggestion is very interesting
Thanks so much for your help and have a great week!!
Hello Tracey , another alternative is Microsoft teams , integrated with Microsoft office 365 you can edit , change and share documents without the need to do download , among other functionalities , like creating channels with different access levels for security purposes, each channel has a document repository aside that also serves as communication between the members of the channel, in each repository you do not need to download any file to edit. Just an alternative to Google docs.
Actually the permissions in Nuclino is a positive for this stage as they may choose to share certain files or information with other individuals and that would allow a level of communication with the outside circle very easily. The real-time communication and file changes being viewed by everyone is also a plus as they are not in the same locale most of the time. One of them has a MAC platform also and is not a fan of MS. What are the odds?
But thanks and have a great day!
Why not look at a self-hosted version of Atlassian's Confluence wiki solution? That would allow creation of very structured content, all updates are audited, and you can granularly manage permissions.
Actually, as you can see via this wonderful group of people and their suggestions above, that was the first suggestion that was proposed. On my journey to the website to gather information I came upon and comparison between Atlassian's Confluence and Nuclino. After close review I found that Nuclino was more to the unique situation that I was searching for and am in the process of composing a proposal for that application.
But thank you so much for your suggestion and I appreciate you taking the time to respond.
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