Comprehending the intricacies of the emerging IoT world takes more than looking at a static Visio diagram, it takes a tool that is designed to deal with both virtual and physical devices and the ability to visualize those complex interconnections dynamically.
One of the problems with most cloud collaboration apps is that you need to have an Internet connection in order to do your work. LucidChart, a web-based visual communication and diagramming app that offers real-time collaboration, has announced that it is now providing offline capabilities.
Looking for an online tool to create diagrams, mind maps and flow charts? Diagramly is an online diagramming app, and while it’s not quite a powerful as desktop apps like Visio, it’s perfectly capable of producing fairly complex diagrams and charts.
Microsoft Visio (s msft) still reigns as the standard tool in diagramming for business, project management and technical communications. While you don’t have to be an artist to use Visio productively, in my experience a lot of users still very intimidated by this application.
Like most of the product in the Office suite, Microsoft Visio 2010 beta has been overhauled, making it easier to use and offering better options for creating and managing Visio diagrams, while also integrating real-time data into your drawings. Read More about 3 Microsoft Visio 2010 Beta Productivity Enhancements