Lithium Technologies competes with giants like Salesforce and Jive Software.
Forget about the cloud storage wars; competition is fiercer than ever in the cloud collaboration space.
Guest Post In my opinion, the future of social software isn’t as a standalone service, which simply becomes a fire hose of irrelevant conversations for workers.
What if you could have all of your employees, cloud applications, documents, files, and customer data in one place? Zeppelin thinks it can actually capture them all in a jar.
Swap chairs for a moment.
Guest Post Earlier this month, Microsoft made the deal of the year when it agreed to purchase enterprise social networking service Yammer. Meanwhile, the IPO market is dead after Facebook’s much-discussed botched issuance and subsequent valuation slide. Suddenly, going public is out, while getting bought is very in.
Microsoft formally announced the acquisition of enterprise social networks provider Yammer for $1.2 billion yesterday.
Pop quiz: Name a company that competes in the enterprise social software market with the likes of Jive and Yammer but is far bigger than either of those two solutions, with over 100 million people using it worldwide, including millions with the United Nations, more millions at the U.S. Department of Education, and hundreds of thousands at Texaco.
Jive Software reported its first earnings as a public company today, and introduced a secret new product called “Project Thunder.”
Business social networking company Jive published a study conducted by Penn Schoen Berland today that shows more than three-fourths of the top executives in large enterprises consider collaboration software like Yammer and Huddle a top priority.