Technological advancements have made collaborating for projects easier and more efficient.
Here's a quick look at the history of creative collaboration and where it's heading.
Advances in the 1960s—including cloud computing—helped create a new way of communicating digitally, according to the following WebDAM infographic.
Then, in 1971, "young engineer Ray Tomlinson is credited with sending the first email while working, breaking ground for digital communication," WebDAM states.
In the 1980s, "the CD is released with storage capacity of up to 550 megabytes, allowing creatives to share bigger files in larger volumes," continues WebDAM.
To find out more about the history of creative collaboration and how it will be in 2017, check out the following infographic:
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