Collaboration Software Comparison

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Enterprise collaboration and social collaboration software have became mainstream of the enterprise solutions. This can also be seen from the solution market: It's packed with hundreds of different tools. From the surface they all look the same. Almost every collaboration suite provides tools for social sharing, file management, discussions, task tracking and other basic collaboration needs. But what are the major differences?

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  • GrouRocket is another Team Collaboration Software, it's Key features include advanced search which gives you the required content that is stored anywhere, sharing of files as well as uploading and downloading them and sending push notifications about group activities. - http://grouprocket.net
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Collaboration Software Comparison

  1. 1.   Users     www.microsoA.com     www.jivesoAware.com     www.salesforce.com     www.podio.com   Social  sharing,  file   Social  network  +  focused   management,  group  work   group  work  &  innova2on   and  idea  management   spaces   Manage  collabora2on  in   cross-­‐organiza2onal   projects  or  programs.   Large  corpora*on,  social   network  of  employees   Social  sharing  and  social   networking   Flexible  social  network   with  user  groups   Connect  employee   network  to  share   knowledge  more  openly   All  employees  inside   enterprise   Intranet  communica*on,   file  management,  group   work   Defined  by  organiza*onal   structure   Communicate  and   manage  content  across   enterprise   Large  corpora*on  social   network  and  employees   Integrated  enterprise   social  network   Large  social  network  and   organiza*onal  structure   Connect  employees  and   manage  content  in   company-­‐wide  network.   Sales,  marke*ng  and   customer  service  network   Knowledge  sharing  and   communica*on  related  to   Salesforce  content   Social  network  connected   to  sales,  marke*ng  and   customer  service   Connect  employees  to   support  sales,  marke*ng   and  service   Groups  of  employees   inside/outside  enterprise   Collabora*on  suite   boosted  with  small   business  applica*ons   Organiza*on  divided  into   workspaces   Manage  work  and  typical   processes  of  small  and   medium  size  enterprise   File  management  and   team  collabora*on   Defined  by  organiza*onal   structure   Team  or  project  -­‐driven   collabora*on  in  shared   workspaces   Ad-­‐hoc  cross-­‐ organiza*onal  teams     www.yammer.com   Network  of  people  from   sca0ered  loca2ons  and   organiza2ons   Enterprise  collabora*on  in   team/project  workspaces       www.lumoflow.com     Solu*ons     Structure   File  sharing  and  shared   storages   Ad-­‐hoc  teams  and   organiza*onal  structure   Deliver  and  manage  files   in  shared  storage   www.huddle.com   www.box.com     Use  Case  
  2. 2. Collabora*on  SoAware  Comparison     Enterprise  collabora*on  and  social  collabora*on  soAware  have  became  mainstream  of  the   enterprise  solu*ons.  This  can  also  be  seen  from  the  solu*on  market:  It's  packed  with   hundreds  of  different  tools.     From  the  surface  they  all  look  the  same.  Almost  every  collabora*on  suite  provides  tools  for   social  sharing,  file  management,  discussions,  task  tracking  and  other  basic  collabora*on   needs.  But  what  are  the  major  differences?     The  key  to  this  answer  can  be  found  from  the  original  purpose  of  the  soAware.  Purpose   defines  in  which  context  the  solu*on  can  most  probable  ac*vate  the  people  and  keep   collabora*on  meaningful.     In  this  comparison  target  users,  tools,  structure  and  use  cases  are  based  on  our  customers’   comments.  Some  of  these  tools  can  be  implemented  to  different  purposes  as  well,  but  this   comparison  should  help  you  to  understand  what  challenges  the  solu*on  have  been   designed  to  solve.     For  more  informa*on  please  contact  us   www.lumoflow.com       Copyright  -­‐  2013  Lumo  Research  Ltd,  Helsinki  

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