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  • Singapore Firm Challenges Hootsuite Buffer

    Singapore Firm Challenges Hootsuite, Buffer

    Consumers and executives alike are managing multiple social media accounts — a juggling act because what's appropriate for one social network may not be for another. Celebrities generally have a third party manage their social media profiles, which is often how embarrassing gaffes happen.

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  • Microsoft Offers New Outlook Apps for iOS, Android

    In less than two months, Microsoft has capitalized on technology from its Acompli buy to create new Outlook apps for iOS and Android. Microsoft, which acquired the San Francisco-based provider of mobile email apps for $200 million in early December, boasted today that "Acompli is now Outlook." Both

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  • Huddle Has a New CEO

    Huddle Has a New CEO

    When Huddle won its $51 million round of funding last month, its co-founder and CEO Alastair Mitchell told us the enterprise content collaboration startup would use its newly acquired cash to build out the US market (Huddle was born in the UK, and as many as 60 percent of its

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  • Jostle Adds Secure File Sharing, Viewing to its Intranet Platform

    Jostle is adding a secure file sharing and viewing component to its existing cloud-based intranet solution to provide a higher level of "robustness, security and functionality," Jostle ’s CEO Brad Palmer said.

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  • Glip Releases Asana Integration, Tackles 'Email Overload'

    Less email, less stress, better collaboration. Social enterprise collaboration platforms push this theme regularly. Some think email is dead. Others don't. It's a pot-stirrer in tech, no doubt. Boca Raton, Fla.-based startup Glip is right in the thick of it, like hundreds of other social collaboration platforms.

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  • Social Collaboration Software 2 Leaders Emerge in Rankings

    Social Collaboration Software: 2 Leaders Emerge in Rankings

    As we welcome 2015, it's clear that enterprise collaboration software is a booming market. And if you look to three organizations that provide software rankings in this space, two leaders emerge across the whole rankings landscape: Microsoft and Salesforce.

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  • Wrike's Work Management Platform Wrinkle: Customization

    Wrike claims it got the tricky part of enterprise project management and collaboration right with its release this week. The Mountain View, Calif.

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  • Bob Zukis Out as CEO of Bloomfire After 'Short Stint'

    Bob Zukis is no longer the CEO of Bloomfire, the new CEO confirmed for CMSWire tonight. Zukis, the social business author and Forbes contributor, took the job as leader of the social collaboration provider just eight months ago. His first day on the job was April 8.

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  • Huddle Has It Crossed the Hurdle or Still Have More to Prove

    Huddle: Has It Crossed the Hurdle or Still Have More to Prove?

    Zouk Capital led a Series D round of funding of $51 million for London-based enterprise collaboration platform provider Huddle last week because of its "content-centric collaboration" platform and focus on secure external collaboration rather than cloud storage, sync and share. Nathan Medlock, partner at London-based Zouk Capital, told CMSWire

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  • Did Microsoft Buy Acompli

    Did Microsoft Buy Acompli?

    UPDATE: It’s now official. Acompli confirms Microsoft has acquired it. Sources say that it sold for around $200 million, though no one we have approached is willing to go on record with a number. While we’re waiting for Microsoft to spell out its reasoning for making the purchase, it’s safe to assume that it’s yet another step up CEO Satya Nadella’s ladder to a mobile first, cloud first world. Not just that, but it also gives the enterprise yet another reason to move to and stick with the Office 365 platform, with which Acompli is already integrated. It also offers “amazing” support for email and file services from Apple, Dropbox, Google and Box, the company boasts. In a blog post, Acompli co-founder and CEO Javier Soltero explains that his team sought to create a mobile e-mail product for enterprises that is “Loved by users and trusted  for IT," which is pretty much what every enterprise collaboration vendor promises to do. But based on our quick look at the solution, it has hit the mark and is destined to keep raising the stakes with Microsoft’s ample resources to fuel its growth. Current Accompli users should note that, according to Soltero, their “app and accounts will continue to work and the team will continue on our fast pace of improving and adding new functionality every couple of weeks.” Slip

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  • IT Pros Warm Up to Open Source Collaboration Software

    IT security professionals like the idea of open-source collaborating and messaging solutions. So where the heck are they? Respondents in a Ponemon Institute study released this week are generally positive about commercial open source applications, especially because of the assurance of continuity. However, despite those benefits, companies are slow to adopt, Ponemon found.

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  • IBM Our Verse Email Beats Anything from Microsoft Google

    IBM: Our Verse Email Beats Anything from Microsoft, Google

    The big guns of software want to close out 2014 with an email splash. Microsoft launched its email-improver offering last week. Google earlier released its beefed-up Gmail. It's IBM's turn today. For months, Big Blue had been showing off a new email service under the code name of "Mail Next."

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  • Microsoft Tightens Yammer, Office 365 Integration

    Isn’t it just great when vendors keep their promises? That's just what Microsoft is doing with it's latest move towards deeper integration of Yammer and Office 365.

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  • Mindjet Predictions Module Could Help You Execute Your Ideas

    Mindjet Predictions Module Could Help You Execute Your Ideas

    The first major advancement in the Mindjet brand after its 2013 merger with Spigit is out. The San Francisco-based enterprise innovation management software provider debuts this week a new module for the Engage innovation platform it acquired with Spigit.   The module is called "Predictions," and officials at the social

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