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  • Microsoft Teams wants to take down the Slack

    Microsoft stepped into the enterprise collaboration market today with the full release of its Office 365, chat-based workspace Microsoft Teams.

    Written by George Nott15 March 17 03:30
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QlikView integrates Chatter into BI


    Business intelligence vendor, QlikTech, will add social capabilities to its QlikView Business Discovery platform, using Chatter Connect from Salesforce.com to up its collaborative credentials. The idea is to allow users to share information within workgroups and teams.

    Written by CIO Staff01 Sept. 11 02:10
  • Salesforce.com rolls out free version of Chatter

    Salesforce.com on Tuesday announced Chatter Free, a version of its social collaboration software that includes a Facebook-like "invite" feature that enables paying users to invite anyone, even non-Salesforce.com customers, to use Chatter.

    Written by Chris Kanaracus08 Dec. 10 06:40
  • Salesforce.com readies native mobile Chatter apps

    Salesforce.com is working on a series of native mobile applications for its Chatter collaboration software, the company announced Wednesday. Supported platforms include Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, Google Android and Reseach in Motion's BlackBerry.

    Written by Chris Kanaracus09 Sept. 10 04:08
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  • Why Salesforce.com Chatter Matters

    CRM systems have large and intricate databases that describe customer interaction, and most of the effort goes into recording and managing the ongoing conversation between your firm and the customer. CRM systems have information about prospects, customers, e-mail/phone conversations, sales opportunities, and post-sale support. But look inside most CRM systems, and there's very little information about collaboration among your employees: just basic profile identification information and a dozen settings. In most CRM systems, it's difficult to see the totality of a user's activities: the system's focus is on the customer and the development of a deal, not about the conversations happening between users and their attempts to leverage information across your company.

    Written by David Taber16 April 10 04:34
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