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Jive Software makes its social enterprise move

Add up moves involving Google Apps and the Twitter Firehose, and you get Jive's effort to be more like a Facebook for the enterprise.

By June 14, 2010


Why is Jive bad-mouthing Drupal and Liferay?

Jive has started going after its open-source competition, which may indicate that the upstarts are giving it trouble.

By April 16, 2010


No Jive: New move to wed social software and the enterprise

Jive Software's latest social software product is designed to exploit knowledge of social connections inside and outside the corporate firewall.

By March 10, 2009


Jive and the battle for the social enterprise

The company launches Social Business Software 3.0, a suite of collaborative apps. Ultimately, though, Jive will face off with Oracle, IBM/Lotus, and Microsoft.

By March 10, 2009


Jive's Clearspace: Using Web 2.0 tools to avoid e-mail in business

There's an ongoing battle against using e-mail to share information inside businesses. Jive Software updates its software built around discussions, blogs, and shared "spaces."

By April 6, 2008


What Microsoft giveth, Jive taketh away

Microsoft and Jive have reached very different conclusions about what software they should be giving away, and to whom.

By November 7, 2008


Jive takes Sequoia's advice, cuts one-third of its headcount

Jive Software recently cut headcount by up to a third, a prudent move designed to maintain profitability.

By October 15, 2008


This ain't Jive talkin', it's social networking for grands

The Jive is designed to get elderly technophobes connected to their friends and family without feeling overwhelmed of learning how to use social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, etc.

By June 9, 2008


Software that sells itself, Part II (Jive and Atlassian)

The future of enterprise software looks a lot less like "enterprise" in the traditional sense: Stodgy, clunky, safe. It looks much more like the free-wheeling web, with appropriate security and robustness baked in. Jive and Atlassian seem to be doing th

By May 15, 2008