ViewDo Labs is betting major enterprises want to know more about what’s happening on their internal social networks.
Enterprise social network Yammer has launched a new mobile SDK so developers can build Yammer features into iOS and Windows Phone 8 apps.
Tomfoolery, the young Andreessen Horowitz-backed startup that builds “fun” workplace apps, has debuted Anchor, its competitor to Yammer and Chatter.
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.
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Tibbr, the enterprise social network from Tibco, has added new features including a social graph, API for developers, and new integrations with Box, Badgeville, Teamly, and more.
Professional social network LinkedIn has added real-time notifications to let you know when people comment or like a post, send an invitation to connect, and more, the company announced today.
Google has added business-focused features to its Google+ social network including restricted posts, video Hangout integration with Calendar, and better administrative controls.
When Microsoft bought Yammer for $1.2 billion, concerns arose it might lose some of innovative spirit. But today Yammer has pushed back with several big updates, including a new “inbox” that prioritizes conversations, a real-time messaging interface, and integrations with Hootsuite and seven other services.
Cisco announced today that it is launching a small number of collaboration services from its enterprise social network, Quad, as a separate, lite service called Jabber.