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MARCH 1, 2009 [Examples, Google Docs] Web Work 101: 10 Apps You Can’t Do Without
This is by no means a comprehensive list, just a sampling of the apps and solutions that we’ve blogged about in the past. I am currently using Google Reader and occasionally play with Snackr. Skype was my free long distance call solution for aeons, but now I often turn to Google Talk with video as a quick and easy solution, because it is totally integrated into my Gmail and I don’t have to launch Skype. Tungle (Microsoft Exchange add-on).
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JUNE 26, 2012 [Examples, Google Docs] Stop using email for everything | Macworld
LAC Group spent recent months experimenting with alternative ways of communicating and sharing information, testing everything from public social networks like Google+ to project management software like 37signals’ Basecamp to private networks like Salesforce’s Chatter.com. “My Channeling chattiness The Web-based Socialtext , for example, starts at $5000 a year for 50 users, though Socialtext tells prospective buyers that it is “scalable” according to company size.
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FEBRUARY 26, 2007 [Examples, Google Docs] This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Google vs Offline Web 2.0 Applications?
Monday, 26 February 2007 Google vs Offline Web 2.0 There is lots of buzz around the whole Google Apps thing at the moment, but an insightful observation from Josh Bernoff at Forrester Research : " Google believes in a future where everything is connected all the time, and theyre wiring up cities to help with it. Then you could work on your gmail, your Google docs and spreadsheets, your calendar, in your browser. This is the old ChiefTech blog.
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SEPTEMBER 13, 2009 [Examples, Google Docs] Poll: Are Pilots a Waste of Time? - ReadWriteEnterprise#comment-156032
Written by Steven Walling / August 31, 2009 10:53 AM / 11 Comments « Prior Post Next Post » Late last week Socialtexts Michael Idinopulos wrote a post with some interesting advice for anyone looking to start a social software implementation in the enterprise: skip the pilot. In one sense its a little strange for Idinopulos to question the need for pilots, since Socialtexts switch to freemium was pitched to us with pilots as one important use case.