Can an organization become “email-free”?

Can an organization become “email-free”?

  Working effectively without relying on email?   Not possible?   Think again. Much of the communications done in email is conversational —  a short question, a brief response.  Workers spend inordinate parts of their workday scanning through fractured email chains for …

New feature in Google Apps allows remote user disconnection

New feature in Google Apps allows remote user disconnection

Google is rolling out a new feature in Google Apps Premier and Education editions, which will allow an administrator to disable a user connection remotely from the administration panel. This is an important addition to the security capabilities of Google …

Google Docs is gaining speed

Google Docs is gaining speed

Google Docs goes into higher gear starting next week. Built on a new infrastructure, documents and spreadsheets are being equipped with new functions and better performance. Word processing in particular, becomes editable by several people in true real time (until …

What is the Buzz about?

What is the Buzz about?

Google took the more useful bits of Facebook and Twitter, added a couple clever things and came up with a Facebook/Twitter for grown-ups. After you activate Buzz on your gmail account, it will automatically “connect” you to anybody with whom …

Google Apps and large organizations – the Valeo example

Google Apps and large organizations – the Valeo example

Kimind has accompanied a large and global French company, Valeo, during a year, in the selection and the adoption of Google Apps for the whole company, which represents about 30,000 users. It was a world premier, because this large group …

Do you need to move to Silicon Valley?

Do you need to move to Silicon Valley?

Marc Dangeard, entrepreneur, founder of Entrepreneur Commons and its Academy, former President of European American Angel Club, associate partner at Melcion Chassagne et Cie, is one of the best advisors for entrepreneurs wanting to move to the Silicon Valley. Marc …

iGoogle gets social… and the social graph gets “pervasive”

iGoogle gets social… and the social graph gets “pervasive”

Marissa Mayer has announced few weeks ago the launch of iGoogle social. iGoogle social, it’s firstly a range of gadgets which let us interconnect to anyone to play together, share, challenge friends, etc … Then, iGoogle Social is an API …

A Web 2.0 project led by Kimind – Part II, Realization of the project

A Web 2.0 project led by Kimind – Part II, Realization of the project

(this article is translated from french original article written by Nicolas Réau) After having precisely defined the global idea of the project as explained in the previous note, we had to complete the website we were responsible of. We won …

A Web 2.0 Project conducted by Kimind- Part I : project definition

A Web 2.0 Project conducted by Kimind- Part I : project definition

(this article is translated from french original article written by Nicolas Réau) Kimind delivered at the end of summer the first version of a Web 2.0 site on behalf of one of our customers which specializes in car parts equipment. …

Socialtext Unveils Free Enterprise 2.0 Offering Aimed at Mainstream Use

Socialtext Unveils Free Enterprise 2.0 Offering Aimed at Mainstream Use

Socialtext today announced the availability of Socialtext Free 50, a new free offering aimed at mainstream use for up to 50 people within an organization to collaborate using Socialtext’s social software platform. Employees can join or create their own private …

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