GetApp Collaboration Blog

  • Published 8 May 2012 by Stephanie Watson
    Today, we review Bloomfire, Inc. company dedicated to team knowledge sharing. The big idea is to ensure that people who have questions are connected to those who have answers in an easy-to-use SaaS application. A team leader can create a personal Bloomfire with a customized URL, invite team members and start sharing tribal knowledge – … Continue Reading
  • Published 23 April 2012 by Rakesh Sharma
    Wikipedia is a daily part of our lives. Besides the amount of information it contains, Wikipedia is also a great example of project collaboration. All wiki pages are written and edited by volunteers located across the world. Factual mistakes, errors, and formatting are kept in check through collective wisdom. If only company projects were like … Continue Reading
  • Published 29 March 2012 by Rakesh Sharma
    The concept of a “paperless office” has gripped popular imagination for quite some time. Besides being environmentally friendly, the paperless office improves productivity and saves companies money. The advent of cloud technology has only brought that concept closer to reality. This week we will look at a solution that brings the paperless office concept even … Continue Reading
    Making the Paperless Office a Reality – Review of FileHold Document Management Software
  • Published 9 February 2012 by Rakesh Sharma
    Documents are the bane of a technical writer’s life. We produce, edit, and write them. After all this hard work, we shepherd them to stakeholders through work flows to make sure they are accurate and timely. Whilst the process may sound simple, it can be pretty tedious and difficult. This week’s solution – Cabinet NG … Continue Reading
  • Published 1 February 2012 by Christophe Primault
    Through the end of last year and beginning of this year, we have been reading tons of blog posts from industry leaders about Cloud computing predictions related to small businesses. So we decided to do a bit of curation work and share with you what we believe are the most relevant ones to small business owners. We … Continue Reading
    Best Small Business Cloud Applications Forecasts
  • Published 1 December 2011 by Christophe Primault
    You probably know about these two popular collaboration tools for small businesses coming from two big brands:  Google Apps and Microsoft Office 365. GetApp.com’s mission being to help small businesses select the best work apps for their needs, we could not avoid an internal discussion about which solution is actually better. We had different view … Continue Reading
    Google Apps for Business or Microsoft Office 365? What Is Better for Your Small Business
  • Published 28 October 2011 by Rakesh Sharma
    Ewout van Loon, founder of MYCO Suite, was not happy with existing solutions to manage his software company in China. So he created an integrated small business management solution of his own. ” The concept came from ideas on how a management system should work, look and feel,” he says. “It also came from personal … Continue Reading
  • Published 29 September 2011 by Rakesh Sharma
    Making important business decisions was much simpler earlier, when work spaces were bunched in one location. The rise of the Internet has complicated the decision making process. Collaboration has taken a hit due to distributed work spaces that span across cities and countries. Similarly, the availability (and glut) of information has made transparency in the … Continue Reading
    A World Class Way to Collaborate – Review of SAP StreamWork
  • Published 13 July 2011 by Rakesh Sharma
    This one’s a first for me. Most software that we have reviewed, so far, seems to belong either to the financial services industry or some aspect of the technology industry. This week, we will look at a different kind of industry: construction management. We will review EADOC: a SaaS application targeted at professionals in the … Continue Reading
  • Published 29 June 2011 by Michele Nachum
    Long ago,  I used to work in a corporate environment with endless meetings — some with and some without purpose.  The worst were the multi-day offsites where brainstorming was supposed to occur and ideas were casually written on flip charts, with little consensus on next steps. But nowadays, you no longer have to be a slave to the flipchart.  … Continue Reading