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  1. At the risk of upsetting the apple cart here, my (very wonderful) data center (Rackspace) identified WordPress as a fairly big security issue. :)  The plug-ins aren’t always supported and can have security holes.  Permissions aren’t always set correctly on installations, and SEO isn’t ideal.  Just sayin’. :)

    Dropbox KICKS BUTT!

    And let’s not forget Spotify, music sharing while you’re working away.

  2. Passpack for password storage – you can share passwords as needed with other people.
    Evernote for storing ALL kinds of information – again, share as needed.  All the ways you can get information INTO evernote is mind boggling, truly.
    Toodledo for to-do lists – OMG all the things you can set on those – contexts, goals, folders, notebooks, tags, priorities, locations!  Again, share and assign as needed.
    Backpack – Also by the same folks that bring you Basecamp – we use Backpack as a knowledgebase.  If you learn something in a particular project that you might use in another project, this is where we store this information.  You can share particular pages so others can edit them.