MetaLab, an interface design company that also produces a few products, has just unveiled a major new redesign of its collaboration app, Flow.
“The cloud is now your computer, and we want to … allow people to work together using any device they want to use, to work on all the content they have,” said CMO Chris Boorman.
IBM purchased high-flying software company Lotus for $3.5 billion in 1995. Its Lotus division still makes money, but it lags far behind the industry in innovation.
Software platform oneDrum, launching today, takes collaboration software where it needs to go: backwards.
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Microsoft is bringing its Office applications online to compete with Web-based office software like Google Apps, the company announced today at a press event in San Francisco.
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.
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