It allows multiple users to access various workspaces and resources. This has a huge impact on organizations with large scattered human resources.
Multiple team members can collaborate efficiently on a single workstation.
While working remotely the collaboration should be smooth. Which is very well insured in Eclipse Che. A team or a user can use their workspace from local IDE as well as the browser.
Administration can control what permissions for the workspace should a given user can have. Which is also a very good feature.
The user interface is easy to understand.
Also, you can deploy from Git.
Eclipse Che comes with Online IDE as well which is slow as compared to desktop.
The user interface is good but I feel sometimes it can be improved.
Setting up the IDE and opening it take some time that other IDEs.
There are well likely and suitable software IDE's. It depends on what are your requirements, and necessities for the project. Shortlist few which fits your want. If you want to use collaborative and remote work done, then I would recommend to go for Eclipse Che.
To collaborate on projects amongst the teammates we use Eclipse Che. Because of its Web-based interface, it is easy for us to collaborate regardless of OS and compatibility.