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  • Citrix Launches Podio Chat To Bring Instant Messages, Video And Audio Chat To Its Social Business Platform

    Citrix Launches Podio Chat To Bring Instant Messages, Video And Audio Chat To Its Social Business Platform

    Citrix today added a new real-time chat feature to its Podio social business platform that allows users to discuss projects, tasks, documents and other items by using standard instant messages, as well as audio and video chats. Citrix argues that this makes Podio, which was already being used by over 200,000 companies at the end of last year, “the first collaboration service of its kind… Read More

  • Citrix’s Work Collaboration Platform Podio Adds Real-Time Comments, Presence And Likes

    Citrix’s Work Collaboration Platform Podio Adds Real-Time Comments, Presence And Likes

    Podio, the social business collaboration and project management platform Citrix acquired last year, just announced a set of product updates that bring more real-time features to the service. The over 200,000 companies that currently use Podio will now, for example, get real-time comments, so users won’t have to press the “refresh” button anymore to see when new comments appear… Read More

  • For Oracle It’s About The Machine Not The Fantasy Of A New World

    For Oracle It’s About The Machine Not The Fantasy Of A New World

    For Oracle, it’s about the machine, not the user; this became abundantly clear this week at Oracle Open World. Oracle talks the cloud talk but what the company is really doing is protecting its base, and building engineered systems that by all accounts is extraordinary technology. But its principles are wrong. I see little proof of humanity. What I do see are calibrated machines… Read More

  • Podio Cuts Down On Unnecessary Emails With New Email Integration, @Mentions For Workspaces

    Podio Cuts Down On Unnecessary Emails With New Email Integration, @Mentions For Workspaces

    Collaborative work platform Podio, the Danish Yammer and Basecamp competitor that was acquired by Citrix last year, launched two new features today that are meant to help businesses and small teams cut down on internal emails. Starting today, you will be able to connect all of your Podio workspaces with unique email addresses. This, the company says, allows you get “those important… Read More

  • Citrix Acquires Cloud-Based Social Business Collaboration Platform Podio

    Citrix Acquires Cloud-Based Social Business Collaboration Platform Podio

    Citrix has just announced the acquisition of social business collaboration platform, Podio. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Podio is a social network for businesses that lets those who use it create apps to enhance the functionality of the service. We’ve compared it to a “Yammer with apps.” Founded by Anders Pollas, Jon Froda and Kasper Hultin, the… Read More

  • Box Goes International, Partners With Podio In Europe For Cloud Storage

    Box Goes International, Partners With Podio In Europe For Cloud Storage

    On the heels of Box’s strong growth in 2011 — now at 8 million users and 100,000 businesses — and plans to offer the service to the Feds, comes another sign of the enterprise-cloud storage startup’s fast growth: it is moving into Europe. Today the company is announcing a deal with Podio, a social business collaboration platform, to offer storage services to Podio customers. Read More

  • Wunderkit launches beta for its wunderbar-designed productivity platform

    Berlin-based startup 6Wunderkinder has just launched their private beta for their productivity suite Wunderkit. This is an extension to their simple, yet well designed task list manager Wunderlist, which was acclaimed both by early adopters and users. With Wunderkit the startup is now taking a next step. They’ve stuck to the user experience that, while beautifully crafted on the one hand… Read More

  • Podio Adds New Languages As It Scales Internationally

    Podio Adds New Languages As It Scales Internationally

    We first reviewed online workspace startup Podio on its launch in March last year, and it looked pretty promising. A little like Box.net or 37Signals, Podio is closer to a more sophisticated Yammer, with lots of customising possible via its own internal ‘app’ store. Today it launches in two new language, Brazilian Portuguese and Italian, adding to its existing English, German… Read More

  • Podio Is Like A Yammer With Its Own App Store And App Builder

    Like a souped up Yammer with its own App store attached, Danish online workspace Podio launches to the public today after two years of being in beta. In the same space as Box.net and 37Signals, Podio aims to be a complete work platform for enterprise — sort of like all inclusive web-based Intranet for companies. Founded by Anders Pollas, Jon Froda and Kasper Hultin… Read More

  • Podio, the connected work platform, secures $4m in Series A round

    Podio, which describes itself as a connected work platform, has secured $4m in Series A funding. Sunstone Capital led the round and the investment is said be used to further develop Podio’s product and to hire “key employees”. A sort of collaborative social network for the Enterprise or ‘Facebook for the workplace’, Podio operates in the so-called Enterprise 2.0… Read More

  • Podio, The Connected Work Platform, Secures $4M In Series A Round

    Podio, which describes itself as a connected work platform, has secured $4m in Series A funding. Sunstone Capital led the round and the investment is said be used to further develop Podio’s product and to hire “key employees”. A sort of collaborative social network for the Enterprise or ‘Facebook for the workplace’, Podio operates in the so-called Enterprise 2.0… Read More

  • Look out Yammer – Podio emerges with full business social network

    When Danish entrepreneur Tommy Ahlers sold his ‘social phonebook’ ZYB to Vodafone in 2008 for €31 million and joined the company, it didn’t seem like he would stay forever at such a slow-moving corporate entity. And sure enough he has now left. But ever the restless entrepreneur he’s decided against lying on a beach somewhere and careered headlong into a new startup… Read More

  • Look Out Yammer – Zyb Founder Joins Podio, The Hot New Social Work Startup

    When Danish entrepreneur Tommy Ahlers sold his ‘social phonebook’ ZYB to Vodafone in 2008 for €31 million and joined the company, it didn’t seem like he would stay forever at such a slow-moving corporate entity. And sure enough he has now left. But ever the restless entrepreneur he’s decided against lying on a beach somewhere and careered headlong into a new startup… Read More