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Is Coaxion iCloud for SharePoint?

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Friday was the last day of Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco. Since then, news has been flying about iCloud, which will sync our calendars, contacts, pictures, videos, music, and documents. Steve Jobs’ stage time was minimal this year, but for iCloud he took the stage.

While iCloud solves many problems with sharing personal files across multiple devices that we address every day, it doesn’t address person to person sharing, or secure corporate sharing. iCloud, focused on personal media, continues to grow our expectations for mobile SharePoint on our iPhones and iPads.

Coaxion gets SharePoint closer to the iCloud vision by hooking them directly into SharePoint for work documents, real-time collaboration with their colleagues, and includes security features to protect confidential company information. We also integrated Dropbox as a nice touch for personal sharing and syncing.

Our verdict? iCloud is innovative, and we’re looking forward to it. It’s given us something to strive for. Coaxion is filling the corporate sharing gap, with an all-in-one solution for personal documents as well. View Coaxion in iTunes, and contact us if you’d like support setting it up or getting your workplace going on a trial.

Written by In Other Words

June 14, 2011 at 2:10 pm

Posted in Apple, Dropbox, iPad, SharePoint, WWDC

WWDC 2011 is Sold Out but Moprise is All-In

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WWDC 2011 sold out in under 10 hours.  Wow.  The article also mentions some corporate developers will miss the event because they couldn’t get approval fast enough.

Microsoft has put on some great events for corporate developers, IT Teams, and IT executives where they were educated on the details of computer programming, tips and tricks on using the technologies, and business tracks covering the value proposition with rich return on investment models.  This really helped entrench Microsoft into the corporate back-office as well as the corporate hierarchy.  It will be interesting to see how Apple evolves their developer outreach programs to court this profitable segment.

At Moprise, we’re all heading down for WWDC.  Luckily the CEO and Moprise developer interests were clearly aligned and tickets for our development team were purchased first thing in the morning.

Written by daviddsouza

March 28, 2011 at 6:32 pm

Posted in Culture, WWDC


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