ViewDo Labs is betting major enterprises want to know more about what’s happening on their internal social networks.
Convo is competing against giants in a space that includes Microsoft’s Yammer and Salesforce’s Chatter. But chief executive Faizan Buzdar said Convo’s key differentiator is its focus on employee engagement.
Salesforce has introduced a new product called Company Communities that aims to replace boring corporate intranet with a network that emphasizes mobile and social features, the company announced today.
Enterprise social network Tibbr has had a strong emphasis on mobile access for some time but today it has taken another step forward with newly designed apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry 10.
Salesforce has updated its iOS and Android versions of Chatter — the company’s business social networking and collaboration service — with critical new features to match their browser counterpart.
Following in Yammer’s footsteps, Salesforce announced an integration to monitor office conversations on Chatter, its enterprise social network.
Cloud software powerhouse Salesforce has completed its $689 million cash and stock acquisition of Buddy Media, the company announced today. It has also launched Salesforce Communities, a private social network for interactions between users, customers, and partners.
Cloud storage company Box announced three new security features and a partnership with Intel today, in hopes of bringing cloud security to a place where CIOs are no longer afraid of it.
Cloud storage provider Box.net will now work with Salesforce.com’s enterprise social network, Chatter, and its mobile application will now come pre-loaded on the Motorola Xoom tablet, the company announced today.
One of Salesforce.com’s latest and most-touted features in its enterprise social network, Chatter, lets you bring in people from external businesses and customers, so they can participate in activity streams alongside your employees.
Customer relationship management (CRM) software provider Salesforce.com today unveiled a slew of new features for its enterprise social network, Chatter, including real-time chat, screen sharing and advanced groups.
Car manufacturer Toyota is working with Salesforce.com, a provider of web-based software for large companies, to create a private social network for electric car drivers that will connect them with Toyota officials and local dealerships.
Seesmic, a client for reading status updates across Twitter, Facebook and other services, today announced it has secured a third round of funding of $4 million from popular customer relationship management service Salesforce.com, and a Softbank Group company managed by Softbank Holdings Inc.
Chatter.com, customer relationship management software provider Salesforce’s enterprise-style social network, is going live on Monday and the company is sparing no expense to try to capture a market that has mostly jumped on board with other collaboration startups like Yammer and Box.net.
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The race between enterprise-focused social networking services Chatter, run by Web-software giant Salesforce.com, and Yammer, a darling of the venture-capital set, goes on.
Oh how the tables have turned.
Not even the enterprise application ecosystem is safe from the invasion of freemium services.
Dear Google: If you keep this up, I won’t have any more excuses to be unproductive on my phone in transit.
Salesforce.com missed an opportunity when it marketed its collaboration application Chatter, opening the door for collaboration startups like Yammer, a social network for enterprise users, to come in and take over the collaboration sector, said Kevin Spain, a partner with Emergence Capital Partners.
Salesforce.com is upgrading Chatter, the Facebook-style social network for businesses that it made fully available in June.
Salesforce.com, a company that creates applications for sales and customer support, today announced the launch of Chatter Mobile, a mobile application for colleagues to stay up to date on work activities while out of the office.
Yammer, originally launched as a “Twitter for businesses,” will soon expand its services into a full-on social network like Facebook — built to help streamline workplaces and network business professionals.
Microsoft’s lawsuit against his company hasn’t cowed Salesforce.com chief executive Marc Benioff, judging from his on-stage remarks today.
Will this be the day that business social networking grows up? Salesforce.com founder and chief executive Marc Benioff probably hopes so. Today, the company is announcing the availability of Chatter, its Facebook-style social network for companies.
Salesforce.com‘s in-development product Chatter is the latest in a long line of applications advertised as a “Facebook for businesses.” And now Salesforce is opening up a marketplace for Chatter apps built by outside developers, called the ChatterExchange.