Articles about Collaboration
Can Google's Inbox app make my life easier? Sure, but the real test is to throw a few hundred messages at it and see what happens.
Inbox isn't the new Gmail, but a separate take on managing that neverending email flow. The invite only Google Now-ish app could come in handy if it delivers on what Google is promising.
The two companies were already integration partners and sealed the arrangement with an acquisition.
Microsoft's Office team has a new approach designed to allow it to share more of Office's code across not just Windows, but also Android, iOS and the Web.
The next time you research symptoms for an ailment online, Google may recommend you see a doctor.
Google Apps for Work users can obtain Hangouts support over the phone all hours of the day on top of a promised 99.9 percent uptime rate.
Microsoft and Salesforce are on their way to delivering on the jointly developed CRM apps and connectors the two companies promised earlier this year.
iRobot, a bomb disposal and exploratory robot maker, now has a highly advanced, comprehensive controller for its line-up of unmanned vehicles — all from your Android tablet.
Mentors will be tapped to advise women in skilled technical roles, such as engineering, product management, operations, design, and web development.
Over the next month, Microsoft will be rolling out new file-sharing capabilities for its Outlook Web App and OneDrive for Business products.
Microsoft is taking a step toward its promised Dynamics CRM Online push with a new promotion for a sales productivity bundle sold as a subscription service.
As innovation in computing devices, apps, and potent new techniques for applying them proliferate in the consumer world, companies are struggling to close the gap.
Home product designers suggest we've been witnessing a 'domestication of the office' over the last five years in which the workplace/home boundaries have been blurred.
LinkedIn and Evernote's founders also ponder whether or not LinkedIn is actually a social network.
It had to come. Lotus 1-2-3, the spreadsheet that galvanised a generation is at last no more as IBM announces the end of support for the final version of the software.
With Office 365, Microsoft is planning to offer a number of different plans at a variety of price points, hoping to entice enterprises, SMBs and academia to choose Microsoft over Google Apps and other competitors.
The social networking site announces a reporting system that’s social by design and an improved Safety Center with more multimedia resources.
A look at the new Outlook Web App (Release 5) features and user experience available for Live@edu students.
The Document Foundations debuts its first full, stable (and free) release of the next generation of OpenOffice - LibreOffice 3.3.
Three exclusive screenshots showing for-fee functionality in the Live@edu replacement, Office 365 for Education.
A walkthrough 'how it works' guide to Microsoft's student-focused cloud email application.
Microsoft is making OneNote Mobile for the iPhone available as a free download from the iTunes store.
Exploring how email administrators can spy on the inboxes of their organisation's employees or university's staff and students.
A new feature comes to Facebook called 'Memories', documenting your history on the social network.
Facebook messaging: combining existing chat, messages and SMS into a consolidated messaging system, including individual @facebook.com email addresses.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the wraps off Facebook's latest innovation, "seamless messaging" that lets users communicate among e-mail, chat or SMS clients.
Microsoft versus Apple has long been the marquee rivalry of the technology industry, but the two companies also have a long history as frenemies. Here are their 10 greatest collaborations.
Office 365 brings Microsoft Office, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online and Lync Online in a cloud service.
End users sometimes ask the strangest questions. Here are 20 bizarre emails from users that either don't have a clue or didn't take the time to search before hitting send.
Microsoft’s developers hid multiple Easter Eggs in Word 95/97/2000.
At the Mobilize conference held in San Francisco, Motorola unveiled a new user interface based around social networking. The Android OS-based skin will feature live widgets for integrating sites like Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace, as well as aggregating contact details, and displaying recent status updates during calls.
At the Always On Summit at Stanford University, business executives discuss the risks involved in developing applications and businesses on social networks with proprietary platforms. Panelists include Gerry Campbell, CEO of Collecta; Max Ventilla, CEO of Aardvark; Shervin Pishevar, CEO of Social Gaming Network; and moderator Bambi Francisco, CEO of Vator.tv.
At Cisco Live in San Francisco, CEO John Chambers talks about the key technologies he envisions growing the Internet of the future. Chambers discusses video as an important part of the company's strategy, enabling better collaboration technologies such as Cisco's TelePresence.
ZDNet Senior Editor Sam Diaz shares his views on the release of Apple's new iPhone 3G S. Diaz says there is a dark shadow being cast over the new device because of its exclusive relationship with carrier AT&T, while users complain about two-year contracts and lack of support for MMS messaging.
ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das speaks with senior editor Sam Diaz about the efforts of Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace to up their Web 2.0 game. Diaz also discusses the significance of the Sun-Oracle deal to the data center market and the rumors swirling around Apple and Verizon. Will there be an alternative to AT&T for iPhone users?
Drew Martin, CIO of Sony Electronics, describes how the company is targeting social networking sites to get better customer feedback and enable development on its next generation of products.
At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Google VP of Engineering Vic Gundrota showed off the prototype of a new Web-based Gmail app that could one day be used on any smartphone. By using HTML 5 standards, he predicts, developers will no longer have to choose just one platform to write for. When the app is released, users will be able to archive and use their e-mail even when not online. Moderator: Tim O'Reilly, founder and CEO, O'Reilly Media
At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Palm Senior Vice President of Applications and Services Michael Abbott announced an early access program of the company's new developing platform, WebOS. The new platform will run apps natively on the device and enables greater integration with cloud applications like Google and Facebook. Abbott stressed that the company is looking for developer feedback and that the platform is evolving.
ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das talks to senior editor Sam Diaz about the month ahead and what the tech industry is expected to announce. Some highlights include, Intel's new Xeon 5500 processor, Skype for the Blackberry and iPhone, and the adoption of Cisco's TelePresence in the enterprise
Gerri Martin-Flickinger, CIO of Adobe, believes that collaboration tools are more useful when they center around an activity or event. For example, each employee at her company gets a virtual room that they can hold meetings and share applications.
Dan Darling, CIO of Turner Broadcasting System, says that the company's most important technology is telepresence. Through teleconferencing, they have been able to build a new facility in Buenos Aires with much more collaboration between the divisions' saving money and speeding up the process.