Like ERP and CRM before, collaboration is the next big space in software. By the numbers: SharePoint is a billion-dollar business. IBM Lotus is a $700 million business. Forrester Research claims Enterprise 2.0 will grow to a $4.6 billion industry by 2013.
NUREMBERG, Germany and CUPERTINO, Calif., October 20, 2009 – Open-Xchange, the leading provider of open source groupware, and SugarCRM, the world's leading provider of commercial open source customer relationship management (CRM) software, today announced a cooperation to integrate data from SugarCRM and Open-Xchange collaboration software.
At this year’s CeBIT (1-5 March, Hannover), Zarafa, the leading European provider of open source groupware and collaboration software, will show that the Zarafa Collaboration Platform (ZCP) has grown to the European open source groupware standard.
At CeBIT (Hannover, Germany), industry’s biggest international digital event, Zarafa today announced the collaboration with Synology, the leading vendor of NAS servers. From March 13, 2012 Zarafa’s open source groupware and collaboration software will be ready to install on Synology DiskStations.
In the open source community, we know the value of collaboration. Its at the core of everything we do. Some of us are lucky to work for organizations that understand and embrace the power of collaboration. Yet, the silo mentality runs rampant in many organizations where collaboration and internal crowdsourcing is not valued.
Zarafa, the leading provider in open source groupware and collaboration software, has continued to work on the feature richness and overall quality of its Zarafa Collaboration Platform (ZCP) for both administrators and end-users. Today’s launches of ZCP 7.0 final and Zarafa Archiver-1.0 deliver enterprise features which help to lower total cost of ownership.
Open source and collaborative software development has evolved in recent years to become an essential part of technology industry innovation, said Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin in his opening keynote at Collaboration Summit today.
While the world's largest tech companies are spending billions of dollars a year on internal research and development (R&D) in order to innovate, many a
I got involved with Linux and open source in the mid-90s. I had a routine: I would check out LKML, go to bed and wake up in the morning and find thousands of messages from developers around the world innovating and iterating at an unprecedented rate of change.
Zarafa, the European drop-in Microsoft Exchange replacement for email, calendaring, collaboration and tasks, has received high grades in SOS Open Source, a methodology created by open source strategist Roberto Galoppini, to evaluate and select open source software.