Enterprise 2.0, social and collaboration

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5 years after first tweet, Twitter has 100m users

Twitter passed its five year anniversary last week, and it took the opportunity to comment on the state of the service. There are now 100 million users, more than half of which log on everyday. Forty

Salesforce Chatter pushes enterprise social into mainstream

A funny thing happened when held its annual Dreamforce conferenc e last week. It propelled enterprise social software into the mainstream, and with it further emphasized the importance

Forrester Wave report names top enterprise social platforms

Forrester Research released its Forrester Wave report for Enterprise Social Platforms, Q3 2011 recently and named the top enterprise social companies, as they see it. Forrester found, not

CIO survey: Collaboration tools will displace email

A survey by IT staffing company, Robert Half Technology of 1400 CIOs across the United States found that more than half are predicting that real-time collaboration technologies such as Jive and

Cisco buys collaboration software vendor, Versly

Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) tried to beef up its Cisco Quad enterprise collaboration product this week by purchasing Versly, a small software vendor still in private beta. The Versly product, however,

OpenText releases legal CM for SharePoint

Last week at the ILTA 2011 Conference, OpenText announced Legal Content Management for Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) SharePoint. The tool has been designed for small and medium-sized law firms and

Box covers all mobile bases with newest release enhanced its support of the mobile tablet experience last week when it announced support for three new platforms. Box already had apps for the iPad and HP TouchPad, but it now supports

Moxie enhances social customer service tool

Moxie Software announced this week several new enhancements to its Customer Spaces application--part of the Spaces by Moxie suite--which they say will provide smoother integration between traditional

DotNetNuke 6 debuts simplified interface

DotNetNuke, an open source web content management system built on Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT).NET platform, announced July 25 the release of DotNetNuke 6. The most notable change in the update, which

Cross-department collaboration key to achieving GRC goals

Most governance, risk and compliance strategies depend on some level of collaboration among finance, IT, operations and legal components. But for many companies, a lack of collaboration is preventing