Is IT co-located or collocated? But the Oxford Dictionaries website spells it “colocate” in American English and “co-locate” in British English. For Yanks, the sharing of a location is “with someone (or something) else.” For Brits, it’s only “with something else.” The verb is intransitive, though, on both sides of the Atlantic, according to Oxford.
What is a co-located company? Co-Location
A co-located team or company is working with all (or at least most) team members from the location, office or even room. It is therefore the opposite of a distributed or remote company, where team members work from different locations. Most types of work and teams nowadays are co-located.
What is the example of co-location? I need to make the bed every day. My son does his homework after dinner.
Is co-location hyphenated? Historically the correct English would have been co-location, like “co-terminus” or “co-worker” but common modern usage in the data center age prefers the simplified version of “colocation.” I’m personally not a fan of unnecessarily hyphenating words so our house style is no hyphen, i.e. “colocation,” but I would be