Tibco revamps tibbr, adds content, collaboration tools

Summary:According to Tibco's, Ram Menon, president of social computing at Tibco, tibbr Pages will enable every employee to be a publisher.

Tibco on Wednesday revamped its tibbr social enterprise software with an emphasis on publishing content as well as collaborating.

Announced at Tibco's TUCON user conference, the company unveiled tibbr Pages, which builds in curation, content management and publishing, to its social software.

Pages will allow tibbr's 6.5 million paying users to aggregate data streams and publish them as needed. With Pages, Tibco added the ability to find information via search, publish content via a drag and drop interface and share inside and outside of a company on multiple devices.

Here's a look at Pages:

tibbr pages

According to Tibco's, Ram Menon, president of social computing at Tibco, tibbr Pages will enable every employee to be a publisher.

Separately, Tibco also rolled out two apps to share content. Tibbr Files is a collaboration tool that works across multiple storage tools and integrates with Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Huddle, via a new partnership, and SharePoint. Tibbr Files aims to be the aggregation tool for files spread across an enterprise.

Tibbr Tasks is another key application that uses social tools to assign projects and track progress. Tasks can be created from any post, meeting or application.

tibbr tasks

Topics: Enterprise Software, Social Enterprise

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