Microsoft still hasn't produced an Office app for the iPad, so partners like harmon.ie have been left to fill in the mobile Office holes. Now, harmon.ie has taken the next step by releasing a combined Office 365, Yammer and SharePoint app for iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices.
Today, harmon.ie brings Office 365 to the mobile enterprise. With harmon.ie 4.0 for mobile devices, companies can be afforded the security and offline support for Office 365 file sharing, as well as complete access to SharePoint, Yammer and Office apps.
Social business is a complex process by nature, and a constantly growing number of variables are magnifying that complexity. In a new report, Altimeter Research uses case studies to demonstrate how several well-known brands are managing factors such as individual customer conversations and locations to maximize the effectiveness of their social business initiatives.
Today, Harmon.ie announced its list of the Top 25 online SharePoint Influencers. This second annual list brings together bloggers, writers and other industry professionals who have made a substantial impact on the SharePoint industry.
Enterprise workflow integration specialist harmon.ie is releasing Connect for SharePoint, a collaboration tool designed to create a single, unified user experience that crosses not only multiple devices but also the Microsoft and Apple platforms.
Social software provider harmon.ie is capitalizing on all the buzz created by the customer preview of the Microsoft Office 2013 release. The company has announced harmon.ie for SharePoint 1.0. The new software allows users to access SharePoint’s collaboration features without leaving their email client.
Today, we’re live from info360 in New York. As we make our way through the many keynotes, sessions and exhibits, there are many trends we look forward to investigating, including the social workplace, the mobile workforce and how to manage all the information in-between.
Here's harmon.ie VP Marketing and Product Strategy, David Lavenda, discussing the results of a recent survey on mobile workers:
It may be hard to imagine an ultrahip jazz maestro like the late Miles Davis immersing himself in the world of social software and collaboration, but according to a new report from Gartner, some pretty cool things are happening in this space. In "Cool Vendors in Social Software and Collaboration", Gartner identifies harmon.ie, MangoApps, Podio, Social Intelligence, and SocialLogix as being among a "broader set of interesting vendors to watch in social software and collaboration".
This week, Accusoft upgrades Connect v5, harmon.ie and IBM Connections in Outlook sidebar, Recall upgrades storage capabilities with ReQuest Web, TIS announces intelligent mobile document capture, while SMBs continue to fight document overload.
In December, harmon.ie offered us the possibility of working in our inboxes and still having access to SharePoint. This week it announced that it will be offering the ability to gain access to IBM Connections through a social sidebar from an Outlook email box later in the year. Oh, and it also added some top new features to the free edition.
I know that for most the idea of getting rid of their inbox for good is simply a pipe dream (it's certainly my pipe dream). But until that dream comes to fruition we need to learn how to make that inbox more useful. For those who also use SharePoint in their organization, harmon.ie offers a tool to do just that. And they have the stats to back it up.
Since June, when harmon.ie announced the release of harmon.ie 3.0 for SharePoint, being social at work became a lot easier for Outlook Exchange users. Now harmon.ie is bringing social business to Lotus Notes.
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