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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The note-taking application company has hit an important milestone with the help of its Skitch and Penultimate acquisitions.
Microsoft will be adding new rules and undo functionality to its Outlook.com Web mail over the next few weeks.
AT&T introduced a similar deal for Microsoft Azure public cloud customers last fall.
The Evernote-LinkedIn approach to business cards doesn't quite eliminate paper, but it could make knowledge retention for future reference much simpler.
Microsoft is opening up a customer preview of its newest Office app, a PowerPoint-based app known as Mix, to more testers.
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Continuing its cross-platform push, Microsoft has updated its OneNote for iPhone and Mac apps with some noteworthy new features.
Cloud Foundry parent Pivotal named eight new members to the open source project.
The deal allows enterprises using Cisco's real-time communication offerings and Jive's collaboration platform to do so all from one workstream.
It wasn't so many years ago that digital communities for business were in their infancy. Now they have grown, matured, and are providing real value. Here's the latest data.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of 23 cents per share on a revenue of $265.79 million.
Along with a new leadership appointment, SugarCRM hit a number of milestones in Q1.
Microsoft is making Skype group video calling a free, cross-platform feature, starting with the Windows desktop, Mac and Xbox One platforms.
Employees used a gamut of tools to communicate, ranging from SMS, Gmail, and Yahoo services. Hersing is now benefiting from migrating to a cloud-based collaboration tool with low upfront cost and easy scalability.