For many companies, collaboration remains the Holy Grail. Key players include Citrix, Cisco and Microsoft as well as many startups aiming to bring collaboration to the enterprise. The big question: Will collaboration be a new market or a feature in larger enterprise applications from the likes of Oracle and SAP?
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All Convo Chat sessions are also archivable, searchable and sharable for future reference and retrieving important information.
Box faces challenges in its adolescence as it struggles to retain relevance.
As it continues to position itself as a cloud collaboration hub, Jive has been ramping up the number of integrations and connections available on its platform.
Australian messaging and collaboration software provider Atmail has given Silicon Valley a miss in its expansion into the United States, instead choosing to open its first international office in Santa Monica.
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Microsoft is kicking off its multi-month staged rollout of Delve, a new Office 365 search and presentation application.
Box is also boosting cross-enterprise visibility as well as Security and Event Management (SIEM) integrations with HP and Splunk.
Microsoft is readying a barrage of both on-premises and cloud-only CRM deliverables, rolling out in Q4 2014 and Q2 2015. Here's the list of what's coming, by the codenames.
Citrix says the app highlights how the company is focusing its mobile workspace solutions to serve the budding mobile workforce of the modern enterprise.
Box's CEO acknowledged file storage and sharing are the backbone of Box’s operation, but he stressed that that's not why people buy the product.
More than 240,000 businesses, 27 million users, and 99 percent of the Fortune 500 are now actively using the Box platform.
Two years after buying Perceptive Pixel, Microsoft is gearing up to start mass-producing large-screen touch devices.
Workday's CFO promised a "strong second half of fiscal 2015," offering Q3 revenue guidance of $200 million to $205 million.