Document Collaboration News & Articles
| Thursday Jun 10, 2010
It doesn't matter how much we love the Internet and working in the cloud, we are still often tied to our desktops. But it doesn't have to be one or the other -- emerging Enterprise 2.0 tools like Box.net's (news, site) new Box Sync are helping us kick the old habits.
| Wednesday Jun 9, 2010
While advances in cloud computing, mobile workforce management and document collaboration have made working virtually, virtually easier, issues of document security still exist. Today, Confidela released Watchdox 2.2, a document control and tracking service, aiming to simplify what can be a complicated process.
| Friday May 28, 2010
Are you tired of the clicking and pointing process involved in uploading your documents into your cloud based document collaboration site? Box.net has provided a solution thanks to HTML 5: Drag and Drop.
| Wednesday May 26, 2010
There are many free tools that let you read documents as PDF, but when it comes to creating your own, it can be tricky to find one that doesn’t leave watermarks, or require laborious registration.
Thanks to Nitro PDF Software, however, users have another choice when it comes to creating PDFs. Called Nitro PDF Reader, it’s the only free PDF viewer to also offer free PDF creation.
| Friday May 21, 2010
It's barely officially here, but SharePoint 2010 (news, site) has a lot of supportive partners lined up behind it, and Microsoft has opened a SharePoint 2010 Solutions Gallery to prove it.
| Tuesday May 4, 2010
Google Apps, StarOffice and other competitors are becoming viable alternatives to the once unassailable Microsoft Office. And while cost is always a driver in purchasing decisions, IT has to be aware of other significant issues when implementing new software.
| Thursday Apr 15, 2010
It's becoming kind of obvious that Box (news, site) is on some kind of integration kick. But it's really not a bad thing when you look at the solutions they are integrating with. The latest: NetSuite.
| Wednesday Apr 7, 2010
HyperOffice (news, site) gets ready to invade the old world, partnering to offer its software-and-services bundle to Europe and beyond.
| Monday Mar 29, 2010
The latest release from companies looking to dominate the document space is Workspaces from Adobe (news, site) which aims to take email out of collaboration and enable enterprises to coordinate work on projects with teams that span multiple organizations.
| Wednesday Mar 24, 2010
As the upcoming releases of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 draw closer, I’ve been highlighting some of the best new features that will be available this spring. This time, I’ll show you a very exciting feature that will allow your end users to work on their Office documents in a zero-client environment from within SharePoint 2010.
| Monday Mar 22, 2010
What do you do when potential new customers constantly compare your solution against SharePoint? Box.net (news, site) choose to take business productivity solution head on -- and in some cases are winning big.
| Monday Mar 1, 2010
It seems like just about everyone offers some type of solution that integrates with SharePoint (news, site). But for every potential integration, it seems like there's another vendor out there that offers a solution designed to replace SharePoint.
And there are a number of alternative solutions to SharePoint on the market today. Not all are identical in capabilities, not all claim to be SharePoint alternatives -- even though they are.
We took a look at some of these "SharePoint Alternatives" and let you know what SharePoint functionality they replace. Here's what we found.
| Thursday Feb 25, 2010
At the end of 2009, Nordic River released the API of its TextFlow application, designed to let developers integrate TextFlow into third-party solutions.
This week, they’ve united TextFlow (news, site) with Box.net (news, site) in an effort to integrate the input management tool into Box.net’s content management and collaboration solution. Now users can compare and merge multiple versions of the same document.
| Tuesday Feb 23, 2010
SharePoint is a good productivity tool, but it has its disadvantages. Partners, like Mindjet make it their business to resolve those disadvantages through integrated tools like MindManager for SharePoint.