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collaborate with (someone or something)

To work on a task with another person or group. Which department are we collaborating with on this campaign?
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collaborate with someone or something

to work together on something with someone or a group. I will collaborate with Amy on this research. I was forced to collaborate with a totally uninformed committee.
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2011), an additional use of Blackboard Collaborate is as a platform to develop content that can be reused.
CollaboRATE unlocks the collective wisdom within an organization to make better hiring decisions while speeding up the entire hiring process.
AT&T Collaborate empowers business customers to migrate at their own pace.
Key features included in the Collaborate module include:
Near-Time gives users an easy and low cost way to collaborate via familiar metaphors that require no IT "care and feeding" or infrastructure investment.
TradeStone Software enables retailers and manufacturers to plan, design, collaborate on and purchase goods from across the world as easily as from across the street.
The simple sign-up process allows business people to create a partner network and collaborate immediately without any of the time-consuming implementation processes common to traditional enterprise software.
Rather than juggling multiple tools to collaborate with customers, Central Desktop for AppExchange provides a seamless and customizable experience for Salesforce users to track projects and communicate with both customers and partners.
IPTC's members impact the efforts of most of the major media organizations in the world, and they need a tool that will truly help them to collaborate effectively and manage a large and evolving taxonomy.
Workshops lead up to COLLABORATE 07 conference to be held in April 2007
In addition, Stroz Friedberg and DFLabs plan to conduct an on-going "exchange program" whereby digital forensic examiners from DFLabs will collaborate and train with the staff at Stroz Friedberg and vice versa.
The new eJamming technology is the first to make it possible for any musician - acoustic or electronic - to make music and collaborate with others in real-time over the Internet.
Abbey will seek external equity financing, after which it intends to collaborate with ACADIA to gain access to selected drug discovery assets that may have utility in the field of substance abuse.
Launched this week at the Folio: Show in New York, the service enables all stakeholders of a publishing process (editors, publishers, art directors, and marketers) to collaborate on publication development - from any place at any time.
Now designers, IC manufacturers and equipment OEMs can collaborate via eCentre([R]) from any point around the world using a secureWISE connection to fine-tune the manufacturing processes that speed leading-edge devices to market.