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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Nine months after launching its Office client software as a service, Microsoft officials say Office 365 Home Premium has reached the 2 million-plus subscriber mark.
Following up an integration with Box earlier this year, Jive is paying similar attention to Google Drive and Gmail.
Microsoft and Google are both approved to sell 50,000 seats of their respective cloud-office offerings into the U.S. Department of Defense.
A Forrester Research survey finds that SharePoint is struggling to transition customers to the cloud and mobile.
Integrating Jive and Okta's platforms points toward a growing trend in enterprise software.
"The world has become a giant network, but companies are still rigid hierarchies," Pisoni reflected at the Microsoft subsidiary's Working Social Tour summit on Tuesday afternoon.
Microsoft is continuing to flesh out its Yammer roadmap by adding more e-mail and SharePoint integration to its Yammer enterprise social-networking product.
A Pune-based startup helps midsize organizations make work life easier, with a single tool for employees to meet all their communication and collaboration needs.
Microsoft updated its Android version of the Outlook.com app, as well as its Lync clients for iPhone and iPad this week.
Two more parts of Software AG's platform-as-a-service suite are now available, along with the latest, scalable version of its webMethods integration software.
Google is making it easier for universities and colleges to sign up for Google Apps.
Similar to the way Google Glass and your smartphone connect, Philips and Accenture linked the wearable device to Philips IntelliVue software to transfer patient data.
Microsoft is going to enable third-party app developers to start charging users monthly, via a subscription plan, for their Office and SharePoint Store apps.
The Exchange, SharePoint and Lync Online servers in Office 365 are almost the same as the on-premise servers; but migrating to and running Office in the cloud is still easier with a little help
Despite being one of the leading purveyors of all things cloud, Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff stressed offering employees a structured environment in the real world too.