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Plan your projects, see your schedule, know if you're slipping behind and why. Time Tracking and extensive reports help you show your clients exactly what you've done and for how long. Available in english, french, spanish, basque, italian, german, dutch, polish, hebrew, brazilian portuguese, swedish, danish, norwegian, finnish Features - no restrictions or limits - one-click time tracking - clean and out of the way interface - interactive gantt chart & scheduling - flexible reporting - multiple ways to communicate - tracks and indexes all changes - notifications via email, rss & ical - ajax, comet & drag and drop - translated to 14 languages Keep it simple or keep it busy, the choice is yours.
We've had a lot of interest in Kiiro over the past two years--but unfortunately we haven't been able to continue development. So we've decided to open-source Kiiro so the companies that want it can access it for free. You'll find the source code for Kiiro at http://kiiro.codeplex.com . We still think Kiiro is the best project management and collaboration application for SharePoint 2007. We hope you'll give it a try (and keep developing it).
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Social software platforms, including services such as Facebook and Twitter, have become one of the primary channels for communication amongst consumers this year, even eclipsing e-mail in some parts of the developed world. It was companies that either open sourced eventually or took open source and then made it enterprise class that often scored the best. The same however, can't quite be said yet for the workplace. While the adoption numbers for social applications are still impressive in business (about half of all large organizations ), actual adoption and use is lagging significantly behind the non-business world as organizations take the time to assess a range of issues with enterprise social computing , including appropriateness, security, control, management methods, and roll-out strategies.
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