Socialtext has a new service that lets companies run a Twitter-like microblogging service out of their offices using hardware that works behind the firewall.
The enterprise social software company has new Twitterish functions, but the real deal is coming later.
The pros and the cons of the wiki platform's new spreadsheet feature called SocialCalc.
It's going to look a lot more like Ning and Facebook...and that's for the better.
SocialText just raised more money and pulled in a new CEO.
Open source may be faring well in a bad economy, but that doesn't mean you will, as Socialtext's poor first quarter suggests.
Also: Geico has launched its own interactive car enthusiast site, Socialtext has raised $4.5 million in a new round of funding, and SmartyPig has a new mobile site.
CEO 2.0: If you're going to tout the benefits of Web 2.0, might as go all the way, figures Socialtext CEO.
Open your earholes to the latest episode of Open Sources podcast. This time we talk about pricing, microblogging and more!
It's not just a rehash of faddish sites, but an actual useful work group app based on modern social networking concepts.