social task management

  • New Skunkworks Project From Deltek Takes On Asana, Do.com

    New Skunkworks Project From Deltek Takes On Asana, Do.com

    More established companies are turning to skunkworks projects — relatively independent teams within large companies — to compete with nimble startups or just generate fresh ideas. One example is Dell’s most recent foray into Linux laptops. Another is Deltek‘s new web service/mobile app Kona, a social task management app that’s taking on Asana and Do.com. Read More

  • GrexIt Turns Gmail Into A Social Task Management System

    GrexIt Turns Gmail Into A Social Task Management System

    Last month I said that collaboration and project-management apps should focus on killing e-mail from within, not creating yet another place users have to look for communications and information. Today GrexIt is coming out of beta not to kill e-mail, but to make it better. Read More

  • Etherpad Now Baked Into Social Project Management App Wrike

    Etherpad Now Baked Into Social Project Management App Wrike

    Social project management software-as-a-service Wrike released a big update today, including in-line integration of the open source text editor Etherpad. The idea is that instead of attaching documents to a task, the task becomes the document, enabling users to actually do work in the same place they manage tasks. Read More

  • Social Task Manager Producteev Adds Document Collaboration

    Social Task Manager Producteev Adds Document Collaboration

    Competition in the social task/project-management market is heating up. Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz’s startup Asana and Salesforce.com’s Do.com are some of the most visible players (see my previous coverage), but they’re not the only ones. Case in point: Producteev, which just added some new collaboration features via a partnership with Crocodoc. Read More