Using version control and file management will provide a framework for you and your collaborators to differentiate between files used, to have reference points at the different stages of your work, and to provide internal guidance for instances and opportunities to share work.
By using things like electronic lab notebooks this can provide a digital back up of materials and record of the research process. This is beneficial in instances of natural disasters or life events, to have an additional location to back up and save active lab work, results, and data.
Research Resource Identifiers (RRIDs) are persistent and unique identifiers for referencing a research resource. The RRID Initiative (#RRID) is designed to help researchers sufficiently cite the key resources used to produce the scientific findings reported in the biomedical literature. Resources may include cell lines, antibodies, software, organisms, etc...
Using editors like those listed below can provide reproducible document creation. This can allow for the integration of code sections, scientific notations, and environments. Using this can also provide literate computing, authoring and publishing so the writing and publishing are self-contained documents that include the narrative and code used.