Hyperoffice News & Analysis
| Tuesday Feb 5, 2013
Enterprise communication and collaboration technology vendor HyperOffice is releasing a new version of its cloud-based SaaS communication suite that combines social and collaboration technologies and capabilities.
| Thursday Jul 26, 2012
In an interview with CMSWire, HyperOffice President Farzin Arsanjani reviewed some of the new social features his company is planning to add to its cloud-based SaaS enterprise collaboration platform. Key changes include the addition of a mobility engine and social components to help the application complement other collaborative tools.
| Thursday Mar 17, 2011
This week, the SMB space has produced a mixed bag of goodies including the addition of document discussions to Google Docs, email archiving from HyperOffice and email security from M86 Security, while Microsoft could end up competing with itself in the cloud office space through SMB Suite.
| Tuesday Mar 15, 2011
HyperOffice (news, site) has added another cherry to the icing of its cloud-based collaboration suite with the addition of email archiving promising easy email retrieval without the expense of investing in on-premise software like Exchange 2010.
| Tuesday Nov 30, 2010
Combining document management and social, ThoughtFarmer (news, site) helps unify work and working together.
| Thursday Oct 28, 2010
In the SMB space this week, HyperOffice has launched a new cloud-based project management offering, while Google looks to release a new online advertising product.
| Thursday May 27, 2010
Since HyperOffice went into beta last December with a new version of its cloud suite it has been threatening to take the collaboration thunder in the SMB space from Microsoft and Google. In the meantime Google outlines how much it is worth to the SMB market.
| 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.
| Tuesday Mar 16, 2010
There was a lot about managing data in the retail sector this week with the launch of a new customer relationship management tool from Autonomy and a survey that shows the public is ready to go paperless . Also, HyperOffice makes data mobile with HyperSynch beta.
| Thursday Mar 11, 2010
This week, Facebook takes more SMBs into more advertising markets in more cities, while HyperOffice finally releases its “no geek required” suite of collaboration tools for business users.
| Wednesday Dec 16, 2009
The new beta version of HyperOffice (news, site) is targeting the SMB market with a whole new bunch of tools that the company says will provide a real and viable alternative to other collaboration suites from the likes of Google Apps to Zoho.
| Thursday Jul 9, 2009
Why is it that the fraught subject of e-mail management gets so much coverage? There are probably dozens of reasons anyone can think of, but at the core of all of them is the often weary acceptance that we just can’t live without it.
Love it or hate it, we are going to have to learn not just to live with, but also to manage our e-mail more effectively.
It was probably with this in mind that HyperOffice, a provider of SaaS solutions for online collaboration, issued its recent white paper with possible solutions to managing the e-mail overload.
| Monday Apr 28, 2008
Once upon a time personalization was a magic and wonderful word. The promises came and went, largely unfulfilled. That’s not to say that the technology didn’t work. It did. Nor is it to say that the basic ideas were bad. They weren’t. The problems by and large were related to how people attempted to use the stuff and the complexities and costs related to integrating it.
Amazon and others have continued to pursue the grail, if in modest strokes. Now were seeing web content management vendors investing in this direction. I say “grand!” If it’s done simply and with out too much ambition, personalization can be a great tool.