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Collaboration Platforms

The Current Analysis coverage of the Collaboration Platforms sector focuses on the rapidly expanding use of collaboration applications and services that let employees interact with one another and work on joint projects and documents over local and distributed networks. Our coverage centers on four main product categories:

  • Enterprise Social Networking
  • Productivity
  • Conferencing
  • Messaging and Calendaring

Within these four areas of interest, our research addresses corporate-bound solutions geared toward building employee productivity as well as facilitating collaborative conferences among both employees and external business partners. The research practice also addresses the rapidly converging consumer and corporate markets as the two exchange technologies, business models and best practices. Multi-channel delivery mechanisms including managed/hosted services, SaaS, platform-as-a-service (PaaS), traditional on-site software and appliances are also covered.

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