As much as people talk about information relevance in search, it's not much good unless tied to an activity. Attivio is seeking to solve this problem with its Active Intelligence Engine.
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When I first heard about Egnyte I was underwhelmed. How many more file storage systems do we need?
Today's addition of VB Macro and pivot table support to Zoho Sheets is possibly the most important step forward for the Zoho suite of business applications.These two capabilities are top of list for keeping Microsoft Office customers loyal.
Zoho today announced it has entered a white label distribution deal with Baihui for distribution of its applications in China. Today, the deal includes Writer, Sheet, Show and CRM under Baihui's branding.
The news that Twitter's lead architect Blaine Cook and Lee Mighdoll, VP engineering have left should be no surprise. Let's be blunt.
I've had several conversations with InsideView in an effort to understand how its recently released SalesView product fits into the scheme of enterprise applications. Described as leveraging the convergence between social media and enterprise applications, SalesView is designed to provide sales people with fine grained information about prospects.
I caught up with Ross Mayfield, president of SocialText today to discuss its new products, SocialText Dashboard and SocialText People. Ross believes that wikis are the foundation for collaboration within the enterprise and that Dashboard and People represent the next iteration in the way people will work.
Paul McNamara, Coghead's CEO briefed Phil Wainewright and I the other day about today's announcement of the Coghead Gallery. While the concept of code exchange has been around for a while, to date there's not been an efficient way for the small development shop to discover code it might wish to re-use in larger applications or distribute.
Project management is an art rather than a science and that software to manage projects exhibity many problems. Clarizen hopes to change that with version 2.
Jive Software is releasing version 2.0 of its Clearspace collaboration software today along with the announcement that is has acquired Jotlet, a calendaring service.