Facebook has finally entered the enterprise, but its Workplace offering faces obstacles from business context to data security. Facebook, however, is not alone in facing these problems.
Digital workplace solutions provider harmon.ie today released its Outlook add-on, Collage, and made it available for free in the Microsoft Office Store. The Collage add-on makes it possible for people to get work done in a place many of us spend large parts of our day: our email inboxes.
harmon.ie has announced that its Outlook add-on, Collage, is now available for free on the Microsoft Office Store. Collage is described as topic-driven interface to help users focus on what matters most, by leveraging the environment where they are most comfortable: email.
harmon.ie, a provider of user experience products for the workplace, has announced that its Outlook add-on, Collage, is available for free on the Microsoft Office Store. Showcased at Microsoft Ignite, Collage is a topic-driven interface to help users focus on what matters most, by leveraging the environment where they are most comfortable—email.
harmon.ie, a leading provider of user experience products for the workplace, today announced that its topic-centric app, Collage, has been chosen as a top enterprise solution at the annual CTIA Emerging Technology (E-Tech) awards. Collage was recognized as the second place winner out of five finalists in the Mobile Enterprise Innovation category during an awards ceremony at the CTIA Super Mobility 2016 event on September 8th in Las Vegas.
harmon.ie, a leading provider of user experience products for the workplace, today announced that its Outlook add-on, Collage, is now available for free on the rapidly growing Microsoft Office Store. Collage is the first topic-driven interface to help users focus on what matters most, by leveraging the environment where they are most comfortable: email.
harmon.ie, a leading provider of user experience products, today announced its 6th annual list of the top 25 SharePoint influencers, a group embodying the best the Microsoft ecosystem has to offer.
Designated as the KMWorld Trend-Setting Products of 2016, the offerings listed here, including harmon.ie, hold the promise for the marketplace—even if the marketplace has not yet realized it.
At Microsoft’s recent Worldwide Partner Conference, CEO Satya Nadella laid out his vision for a world in which A.I.-powered chatbots “fundamentally revolutionize how computing is experienced by everybody.” Bots, according to Nadella, will become the next interface, shaping our interactions with the applications and devices we rely on.
TMCnet, the online entity of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine’s parent company TMC and the TMCnet community, known as Mobility Tech Zone, are pleased to announce the winners of the Mobility Tech Zone Product of the Year Awards - among then, harmon.ie.
More than a quarter of SharePoint projects have struggled to meet expectations, while a similar number have stalled, according to new research released by information management analysts AIIM.
The philosophical war between artificial intelligence (AI) and intelligence augmentation (IA) has been waged for more than half a century, with the focus shifting between the two as each has made important strides.
As a daily continuous end user of the Microsoft Office Suite within Office 365 + SharePoint Online, I’ve experienced my fair share of third party tools– anything to make my day more efficient, right? One that has really stood out over the years is the SharePoint application, harmon.ie. I specifically use this app for storing, sharing, and even editing documents in Microsoft Outlook.
FOMO isn’t limited to TV shows or video games; it’s also common in the workplace. That’s not a good thing. Also: How one DC-area vehicle-rental company has taken advantage of the Pokémon Go buzz.
Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) is an anxiety created by the idea that something exciting is going on somewhere else, usually online … and you are ‘missing out.’
As SharePoint is becoming the main collaboration tool for more and more enterprises around the world, users need to have access to SharePoint anywhere, anytime for any device. While SharePoint 2016 with the new SharePoint mobile app offers a better mobile experience than before, user experience is still meet Enterprise requirements.
Buyers of business software are eager to get their hands on the latest releases of Microsoft products, but the rapid pace at which the cloud is introducing new technology into the workplace can often be disruptive.
Although the cloud still represents a fraction of Microsoft's overall revenue, the opportunities for its cloud partners continue to expand, according to the findings of a survey of 212 Microsoft partners conducted by Harmon.ie, a provider of tools for enhancing the end-user workflow experience. - See more at: http://www.channelinsider.com/cloud-computing/slideshows/what-partners-s...
Security and speed of updates are worrying partners as they try to sell products to customers.
On 17 May 2016, harmon.ie in collaboration with Gimmal issued a survey report entitled "The One Email You Can’t Ignore: The Risks and Business Impact of Failing to Treat Emails as Records" ("Report"). This Report provides insight into the key challenges that businesses face in managing email records. The findings are based on feedback from over one hundred information governance leaders from different industries.
Microsoft partners are witnessing Office 365 technology updates, refreshes and changes outpacing their customers' ability to keep up with them. This is according to a new study by customer experience specialist harmon.ie which surveyed more than 200 Microsoft partners worldwide. Thanks to the complexity and rate of change, partners are seeing new opportunities to step in and provide the much needed bridge to help companies keep up.
This week has been a fascinating one for tech anniversaries. Nine years ago to this day, the first iPhone was released – a story of its own, of course – but perhaps as importantly for enterprise working, this week marks five years since the release of Office 365.
Microsoft’s Office 365 became generally available for businesses five years ago today, and it has grown remarkably in the time since, becoming the most popular enterprise cloud service, a new report says.
Microsoft partners are seeing Office 365 technology updates, refreshes and changes outpacing their customers’ ability to keep up with them. That’s according to harmon.ie’s second-annual report on the transition to the cloud for Microsoft partners. “The Evolving Microsoft Cloud: Opportunities and Challenges for Microsoft Ecosystem Partners" is based on an April survey of more than 200 Microsoft partners globally.
Following Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn Corp. for $26.2 billion one of Microsoft’s partners, harmon.ie, a company that develops mobile collaboration tools for Microsoft services, believes Microsoft and its partners stand to benefit considerably from “LinkedIn’s treasure trove of information”. But there are some obstacles Microsoft will have to overcome, harmon.ie asserts, and one of those is possibility of LinkedIn users having trust issues with Microsoft owning more of their personal information.
There are many layers to Microsoft's vision for enterprise collaboration, including roles for SharePoint and Office 365. But email and the email applications in Office 365 arguable remain some of the most essential in spite of the overall evolution of the company's various collaboration platforms such as Yammer.
The initial shock of Microsoft's massive $26.2 billion bet on LinkedIn has mostly worn off, but it's still unclear just what Microsoft will do with LinkedIn, how the social network's loyal users will react to related change, and how Microsoft will integrate LinkedIn data with its products.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced its intent to buy LinkedIn for $26.2 billion (£18.4bn), the largest acquisition deal in the company’s history. Naturally, it did not go unnoticed in the tech press. The analysis from this publication focused on strengths, such as LinkedIn’s graphs and the various integrations with Office, Cortana and others that in theory sound exciting, as well as potential cautions.
Microsoft has yet to substantially improve the user interface or add significant features and functionalities to the enterprise collaboration platform it bought for $1.2 billion four years ago.
OneDrive for Business is evolving as the common denominator for all things SharePoint and Office 365. But as that becomes a common repository for data, migrating files and protecting them can be cumbersome. Companies such as AvePoint, EMC, Harmon.ie and Metalogix, say they can make it easier.
Here’s a unique challenge for you: This post is a 5-minute read. Can you read this entire piece through once without getting distracted, checking your email, looking at your texts, or snooping at your social media?
Emails are a vital source of business records, but many IT leaders don't feel adequately equipped to meet compliance standards and may face fines after an audit. - See more at: http://www.cioinsight.com/it-strategy/messaging-collaboration/slideshows...
Harvey Pitt, a former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, had a pithy observation about corporate compliance called the Pitt Rule of Discovery: “A document necessary for a company’s defense shall not be found when needed, unless the document actually makes the company’s situation worse—in which case, said document will be discovered at the least opportune time.”
User experience specialist harmon.ie and information governance heavyweight Gimmalhave formalized a longstanding relationship in a joint offering that provides information governance for email accounts.
Microsoft partners, harmon.ie and Gimmal have announced a strategic partnership to help business users with an easy way to capture, classify, store, find and retrieve important documents and emails in SharePoint, directly from Outlook.
Now that the hoopla over the general release of SharePoint 2016 is quieting down, it's time to ask SharePoint professionals some deeper, meatier questions about the release.
From the Industrial Revolution to the rise of the high-tech sector, Massachusetts has always been at the cutting-edge of innovation, Gov. Charlie Baker told a crowd of business leaders Wednesday night.
The SharePoint and Office 365 community now have plenty to chew on now that Microsoft has articulated the future of its collaboration software and service. It's no surprise that Microsoft wants as much collaboration as possible to take place in the cloud via Office 365 and SharePoint Online but the company reassured the SharePoint Server community that this wasn't the last on-premises version.
Governments have always been big BlackBerry users and, according to leading technology analyst Rob Enderle, demand is getting even stronger thanks to a new third-party alliance and expanding interest in our secure Android phone, PRIV.
Get your engines ready. May 4 — the date every SharePoint fan has been eagerly awaiting — is just around the corner. And in a matter of days, the latest, greatest arguably overhyped general release of SharePoint 2016 will be a reality.
SharePoint add-ins from harmon.ie have been consolidated into a single, unified offering, updated to that streamline workplace collaboration and make SharePoint easier to use in the enterprise environment.
harmon.ie, provider of a suite of workplace user experience products, has announced a consolidated harmon.ie product offering. The new solution brings together harmon.ie’s products in a unified offering and includes additions to streamline workplace collaboration and make Microsoft SharePoint easier to use.
The DoD needed something that could provide the kind of BlackBerry-like security protections demanded by government, with full management control, and they needed a SharePoint-like product that people would actually use. They needed a partnership between BlackBerry and Microsoft, but these firms weren’t partnered. The solution: a partnership formed between B&D Consulting Inc., a huge government-focused consultant with tons of BlackBerry experience, and harmon.ie, one of the top-rated Microsoft partners focused on humanizing Microsoft Office.
Gov. Charlie Baker speaks to business leaders at MassEcon's annual corporate welcome reception. Since the beginning of 2015, 18 global companies, including harmon.ie, have put down roots in Massachusetts.
Yaacov Cohen, co-founder and CEO of Israeli-based startup harmon.ie, says the company’s new mobile collaboration platform draws its inspiration from the Talmud.