Friday, February 17th, 2017
When it comes to email, Google’s Gmail still holds a significantly larger marketshare than Microsoft’s Outlook. But keep an eye on the Microsoft space.
Last July the company unveiled Focused Inbox, its answer to Gmail’s Inbox, which separates important form non-important email.
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Microsoft Opens Its Garage, LibreOffice Releases New Version, More News
Friday, February 10th, 2017
Chicago-based SpringCM has another $25 million of venture capital and a new CEO, Dan Dal Degan. The company markets a document and sales contract management solution for Salesforce customers.
Investors include Crestline Investors, a credit and structured capital focused institutional investment firm, and Foundation Capital.
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SpringCM Raises $25M, Names a New CEO
Thursday, February 9th, 2017
Google knows search. Pop any query into the web search engine it developed and it will provide answers to just about anything. Google can even personalize the responses based on user profiles.
Unfortunately, it couldn’t provide the same robust capabilities at the enterprise level … until now, that is.
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Google Search Now Extends Across Enterprise Repositories
Thursday, February 2nd, 2017
Two group of Outlook users — those on Mac computers and and those who use Outlook on the web — will finally get production-ready versions of Microsoft’s Focused Inbox feature for Outlook email clients this year.
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Microsoft Slowly Releases Focused Inbox Email Sorting Feature, More News
Monday, January 30th, 2017
The evolution of the digital workplace is creating new challenges and generating new questions about optimizing employee productivity.
The office has transitioned from rigid and fixed to remote, flexible and adaptable thanks to a steady flow of new digital technologies.
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Workers Still Need Printers in Paperless Offices