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David Roe, senior reporter for CMSWire covers Igloo's latest product release, Rockland.
The latest release from Igloo shows the company is thinking about the mobile worker. The Rockland update brings responsive design to mobile devices, and looks like it could solve some of the problems for those that regularly move between desktops and mobile.
Igloo Rockland, Igloo Mobile
According to Igloo, Rockland's responsive design offers users a consistent intranet experience no matter what device they are working on so that none of the tools available to desktop users become obscured…
Patricia Donavan recently spoke with Andrew Dixon, SVP of Igloo Software, where he explains the 2 common missteps of healthcare social business strategies.
Just because healthcare is deploying social business tools at an incredible rate - up to 72 percent of companies have launched social or mobile tools, according to a report from McKinsey - doesn't mean they're working.
The two most common errors companies make in this area are focusing on the technology before nailing down a complete strategy, and failing to measure results, explains Andrew Dixon, senior vice president of marketing and operations for Igloo Software.
In regards to the first…
Jennifer Guay, correspondent for USA Today, recently featured Igloo Software CEO, Dan Latendre in her recent article where she explores how Canada is the new Silicon Valley.
Canada's Start-up Visa Program seeks to attract immigrant entrepreneurs by offering permanent residency up front to those who meet the qualifications.
With no end in sight to the battle over immigration reform in the USA, other countries are capitalizing on Washington's backlog by launching visa programs designed to attract top-tier innovators. This month, Canada joined the pack with one of the most comprehensive immigration packages available to entrepreneur immigrants: The Start-Up Visa…
April 25, 2013 - Igloo Software, a cloud intranet provider you’ll actually like, today announced a series of mobile and web enhancements to their Software as a Service platform, including the introduction of responsive design and new mobile applications for Android and iOS devices.
A fluid and flexible layout for the mobile web, coupled with new apps for iOS and Android, give companies the opportunity to choose the optimal mobile experience for their business.
Kitchener, ON - April 25, 2013
Igloo Software, a cloud intranet provider you'll actually like, today announced a series of mobile and web enhancements to their Software as a Service platform, including the introduction of responsive design and new mobile applications for Android and iOS devices.
Katie Ingram, writer for CMSWire recently spoke with Andrew Dixon, SVP, Marketing & Sales of Igloo Software where he discussed the state of intranets in terms of what they were, what they are, and what they will be in the future.
Since their inception, intranets have revolutionized the workplace and the way employees collaborate and work together. But how do they continue to be such an asset? Through ongoing evolution that reflect technological and workplace advancements.
Andrew Dixon, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Igloo Software, spoke with CMSWire about the past, current and future state of intranets.
Intranets of the Past: Legacy and Self-Service
In the early days, Dixon found that many companies…
Kelsey Brimmer, Associate Editor of Healthcare Finance News recently chatted with Andrew Dixon, SVP of Marketing & Operations at Igloo Software where he discussed on how healthcare organizations are creating a strategy focused around becoming a successful social business.
In the last few years, it's become increasingly important for healthcare organizations to create some sort of strategy that isn't focused on social media methods for brand monitoring, but rather focused on becoming a successful social business, according to Andrew Dixon, senior vice president of marketing and operations at Igloo Software, a digital workplace software company.
Dixon said he considers social business an approach that seeks to create a more open and collaborative organization in…
In this article, Theresa Cramer, editor of EContent magazine, explores the case study of Ipswitch.
Ipswitch, a privately held software company with a long history, offers several products, including WhatsUpGold, an IT and network management software solution. According to Ipswitch, WhatsUpGold can monitor networks from 25 to 20,000-plus, whether they are wired or wireless. The software boasts more than 100,000 customers.
As with many software providers, WhatsUpGold has an active userbase that has a…
Dan Latendre, Igloo Software CEO, was recently interviewed by DoesWhat.com, which profiles founders and CEO's.
Describe Igloo in under 50 words.
Igloo Software is an intranet your employees will use and actually like. We're a start-up company, truly Canadian, & we do everything in the cloud. We bring content and conversation in one unified environment, so you can share files, find answers, exchange ideas, manage projects and work better together.
Describe yourself in one sentence.
I'm a leader, energetic and I try to give people enough information and leeway in order to get their jobs done.
Igloo was named to KMWorld's 2013 list of the 100 Companies That Matter, an annual ranking that identifies the companies that are providing innovative solutions to the challenge of managing knowledge.
Igloo was recently named to KMWorld's 2013 list of the 100 Companies That Matter, an annual ranking that identifies the companies that are providing innovative solutions to the challenge of managing knowledge.
This is the third consecutive year that Igloo has appeared on this list and, although the criteria for inclusion varies, Hugh McKellar, Editor-in-Chief, remarked that each company "...has either helped to create a market, redefine one or enhance one, and they all share two things-the…
Gina Narcisi, writer for Tech Target, recently featured Igloo Software's customer TransforMED in her recent article. Nathan Bieck, TransforMED's Marketing and Communications Manager recently elaborated on how their Igloo powered extranet has allowed primary care physicians to come together and collaborate in an effective manner .
Enterprises know their employees' communication and collaboration habits are changing. Social networking platforms such as Facebook and Twitter have led many users to favor more contextual-based communications and collaboration instead of email. Although vendors offer enterprise-grade social software such as Microsoft Lync and Cisco's WebEx Social, enterprises need a social networking strategy before they start spending.
Businesses can't simply purchase and roll out a social platform without a…
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