• Base Camp: https://basecamp.com/   
    • Project Management Tool
    • Cost: $20/month  for 10 projects 3 GB space (more options available)
    • Number of Allowed Users: Unlimited users  
    • Account Tools: Basecamp helps users to define and delegate work, establish deadlines, review work in progress, evaluate what’s left to do. It offers an automatic daily executive summaries of  activity, file sharing, management for multiple calendars, group message boards, contact categorization tools, features to record hours for projects, features for personal and group to do lists and is accessible by smartphone. 
  • Asana: https://asana.com/
    • Project Management Tool
    • Cost: Free (upgrade options available)
    • Number of Allowed Users: Teams of up to 15 members and unlimited organization guests  
    • Account Tools: Asana allows unlimited teams, projects, tasks, files, and discussions, helps users to organize your projects and people into teams, get a single task list across all your teams, and easily move and share projects between teams.
  • GQueues: https://www.gqueues.com/
    • Project Management Tool
    • Cost: Free with a Google Account™ and Google Apps™ account
    • Number of Allowed Users: Unlimited users and unlimited sharing
    • Program Tools: GQueues is a Gmail Gadget that allows users to turn emails, IM or calendar events into tasks, it's Smartphone accessible, integrated with google calendar, and can set up reminders to be sent by email or text. 
  • Hackpad: https://hackpad.com/
    • Project Management Tool
    • Cost: Free for personal use and for private workspaces $10 per user
    • Number of Allowed Users: Unlimited 
    • Account Tools: Hackpad is a web application that enables users to create fully functioning, cross-linked wikis, a documents with no set structure and the content is created without any defined owner or leader, quickly and efficiently. The application allows you to make new pages, link to existing pages, embed task lists and other media into pages, and then share those pages with collaborators working either on-site or remotely. It is smartphone apple product accessible. 
  • Wunderlist: https://www.wunderlist.com/en/
    • Project Management Tool
    • Cost: Free (upgrade options available) 
    • Number of Allowed Users: Unlimited sharing
    • Account Tools: Wunderlist is an application to manage and share your to-do lists. It allows you to create reminders, program recurring to-dos, receive updates via push, email and in-app notifications, create subtasks to break big tasks into smaller achievable goals, and sync lists across a multitude of devices. Wanderlust is compatible with iPhone, iPad, Mac, Windows, Android, Kindle Fire. 
  • Jitsi: https://jitsi.org/
    • Online Communication Tool 
    • Cost: Free 
    • Program Tools: Jitsi is an audio/video Internet phone and instant messenger written in Java so a more secure alternative to Skype. It supports some of the most popular instant messaging and telephony protocols such as SIP, Jabber/XMPP (and hence Facebook and Google Talk), AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo! Messenger.
  • Google Hangouts: http://www.google.com/+/learnmore/hangouts/
    • Online Communication Tool 
    • Cost: Free with a Google Account™
    • Number of Allowed Users: Video call with up to 10 people 
    • Program Tools: Google Hangouts is a  free plugin tool for voice and video conversations that works on computers, Android and Apple devices. It also allows users to schedule broadcasts and go live in HD on Google+, YouTube, and your website. 
  • Join.me (good screenshare): https://join.me/
    • Online Communication Tool 
    • Cost: Free (upgrade options available)
    • Number of Allowed Users: Up to 10 participants 
    • Account Tools: Join.me offers instant screen sharing, internet calling, share controls allowing others the ability to control your screen, multi-monitor options to offer privacy, chat, and file sending. It can be viewed from iPad/iPhone and Android.  
  • Jing: http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html     
    • Online Communication Tool 
    • Cost: Free 
    • Amount of Video Recording Time: Five Minutes
    • Account Tools: Jing is a computer service that lets you capture basic video, animation, and still images, and share them on the web. Jing allows you to do screen capture or screen recording of any window or region on your computer screen. Once you are done capturing footage or content it uploads to Screencast.com where you can share it through IM, email, social media, and more. 
    • Tip: This is a great tool for creating  fully narrated tutorials 
  •  Cisco WebEx : http://www.webex.com/
    • Online Communication Tool
    • Cost: Free (upgrade options available)
    • Number of Allowed Users: 3 people per meeting and one host license 
    • Account Tools: WebEx is a web conferencing tool that aims to promote collaboration from anywhere. It offers online meeting, web conferencing and videoconferencing applications. It can be used to present online events and webinars, deliver online trainings and eLearning experiences, and provide remote technical support. It is compatible with for iPhone, iPad and Android. 
  • Simple Event: http://www.simpleevent.com/
    • Conference Call Tool
    • Cost: Free
    • Attendees: 1,000
    • Panelists: 96 
    • Call Time: 6 hours
    • Recording: Yes
    • Account Tools: Simple Event is a large-scale conferencing tool designed to allow an organizer and panelists to interact on a conference call, while up attendees listen. This gives users the opportunity to have callers actively participating in the conference while attendees simply listen in.This is great for panels, training sessions, and community announcements. 
  • PiratePad: http://piratepad.net/front-page/
    • Document Sharing Tool 
    • Cost: Free 
    • Program Tools: Pirate Pad is a more secure web-based collaborative real-time editor, allowing authors to simultaneously edit a text document, and see all of the participants' edits in real-time, with the ability to display each author's text in their own color. There is also a chat box in the sidebar to allow meta communication. PiratePad documents include a time slider that lets lets users observe the editing history of the public pad exactly as it happened.