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One on One with Alastair Mitchell of Huddle

Alastair Mitchell is chief executive and co-founder of Huddle. Frustrated by existing enterprise technology's inability to help people work together, when collaboration apps in our social lives

Google Wave might have been Google+ 1.0

There has been a lot of controversy this week around the inclusion of Google+ content in Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) search results. Whether you agree with this approach or not, it got me thinking about

Colligo introduces secure SharePoint iPad app

Colligo Networks, a company known for giving access to SharePoint content inside Outlook, this week introduced a new product called Colligo Briefcase Enterprise, a tool that enables users to access

Fathom bring social media monitoring to Jive platform

Jive recently announced a new product called Jive Fathom that provides a way to monitor social media activity such as mentions about your company from the Jive platform. The product comes in two

Box beefs up security tools

During any discussion of cloud tools, one of the biggest issues is around security and authentication, and Box.net attempted to address some of these concerns with new security features announced

Telligent buys Leverage Software

Telligent bought community software company Leverage earlier this week, and with it got an established customer base along with missing cloud and mobile pieces, which appear to be key to the deal.

MetaVis introduces Google Docs migration for SharePoint

MetaVis, a company that creates Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) SharePoint migration tools, introduced a new product last week to help companies migrate Google Docs into SharePoint. Getting cloud content

Audio: Jive goes public, says it's 2 years ahead of competitors

Jive Software is now trading on Nasdaq using the symbol JIVE, with a common stock price of $12 per share. Jive is the first enterprise social business software company to go public, Chairman and

Top SharePoint trends to watch in 2012

Guest post by Chris McNulty As we move toward 2012, I see several emerging trends that will affect organizations using SharePoint in the new year. Social networking, cloud and governance are the hot

Startups and established vendors look for common ground in collaboration space

Guest post by Isaac Garcia More than ever, companies and their teams are juggling projects across continents and time zones, and require tools that enable them to execute efficiently in the office