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“WebEx WebOffice has the sleekest look and the most carefully designed feature set of the online collaboration services I've tested.”
WebOffice integrates asynchronous collaboration tools such as calendaring and document sharing with real-time collaboration capabilities such as Web meetings.
Good models include WebEx WebOffice, the collaboration suite developed by on-demand pioneer intranets.com, benefiting from five years' experience serving the SMB.
WebEx says that during the transit strike, it is offering New Yorkers free access to its WebOffice Suite, although anyone can get a 30-day free trial even if your local transportation system is working fine.
WebEx Communications has joined other companies in offering New Yorkers free telecommuting services during the transit strike.
Users of WebOffice will be able to access WebEx webconferencing, along with document sharing, messaging, a group calendar and a shared database manager.
…after Richards signed up with WebEx WebOffice, he had a Web site that he and his employees could use to manage projects, update calendars, and access to a shared database.
Last month WebEx launched WebOffice, which combines Intranets.com and WebEx real-time collaboration features into a single subscription.
WebEx and Intranets.com merge deep asynchronous and real-time communications.
For under $50/month, a business owner can conduct an unlimited number of online meetings with as many as 10 attendees.
The sale of Intranets.com was finalized last month and today the results of that small business focus are beginning to emerge.
WebEx supplies a host of new products designed to help small businesses collaborate and be more productive.
WebEx is launching an updated, re-branded version of Intranets.com's hosted collaboration software suite.
A month after closing its acquisition of Intranets.com, WebEx is launching an updated, re-branded version of Intranets.com's hosted collaboration software suite.
Starting today, Intranets.com will be re-branded as WebExOne, the small business and knowledge worker arm of WebEx, and it has a host of new products to offer.
WebEx is planning an SMB-focused services launch that will include a hosted offering designed to give small companies a sort of "virtual Exchange server,"
Collaborative services are firm's specialty
"Intranets.com is bringing in 10,000 small-business customers worldwide, representing 300,000 employees."
WebEx Communications, a provider of online business meetings, said it agreed to buy privately held Intranets.com of Burlington for about $45 million in cash.
WebEx, a provider of collaborative web meeting applications, recently announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Intranets.com.
The company will become a wholly owned subsidiary of WebEx. The acquisition will give WebEx both real-time and asynchronous collaboration products to sell.
Online collaboration company eliminates major rival by purchasing it for $45 million.
Intranets has the same business/distribution model as Webex (i.e. ASP) and they will be hosted on Webex's media tone network.
Deal allows WebEx to take out a rival that had aggressively chased the smaller end of WebEx's core market, Web conferencing services.
Making a play for small and medium business customers, online meeting giant WebEx announced today that it will pay $45 million in cash for Intranets.com.
WebEx reports it will pay $45 million in cash for Burlington's Intranets.com, a provider of on-demand, asynchronous collaboration for small- to medium-sized businesses.
WebEx said Monday it has agreed to buy collaboration software developer Intranets.com.
WebEx will acquire Intranets.com, a maker of on-demand business software, for $45 million in cash, the companies announced on Monday.
WebEx said it will pay $45 million in cash for privately-held Intranets.com.
WebEx has offered a set of online meeting and support tools for a few years now, and gains the asynchronous tools offered by privately held Intranets.com with this acquisition.