Social Intranet News & Analysis
| Thursday Dec 12, 2013
Bitrix24, the social intranet that wants to be your Swiss army knife of productivity, is out with a new version that offers activity streams, reporting tools and web phone calls.
Targeted at small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), the suite includes social communication, collaboration tools, workflow, knowledge management, file sharing, CRM and a project management toolset.
| Wednesday Sep 25, 2013
Microsoft Office is getting challengers all over the place. This week, Bitrix24 added its name to that roster with an update to its enterprise social network/collaboration suite, that, among other new features, allows non-Office users to work with Office documents online via the Google Docs editor.
| Tuesday Jun 18, 2013
The idea is not necessarily to replace the social intranet, but to give corporate communications, and the people it is trying to reach, a voice that can't get lost in the stream.
| Monday Jun 17, 2013
ThoughtFarmer 6.5 adds photo drag-resizing.
ThoughtFarmer is out with a new version of its social intranet, featuring an updated employee directory profile. Tastily, this new version 6.5 is called Avocado.
| Thursday May 16, 2013
The latest version of Ingeniux's social software, Cartella, has been released. They call say it has "the power of a portal with the simplicity of an app." What does than mean exactly? Read on to find out.
| Wednesday May 15, 2013
| Friday Mar 22, 2013
Bitrix, maker of Bitrix Site Manager and the Bitrix24 on-premises social intranet, has released a new version of its free, cloud-based Bitrix24. Launched last year and available free for companies of no more than 12 employees, the newest online version now comes with a native project management toolset.
| Wednesday Jan 23, 2013
Blogs, wikis, activity feeds and other user-generated content are turning intranets into vibrant internal social networks. But what should be done with all that content, much of which gets old fast? In the newest version of its software, social intranet software vendor ThoughtFarmer has released a new archiving tool just for that purpose.