Igloo is free with 10 people for any company size.
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Work better with your team, for free.
Think of Igloo as a secure space to store, share and talk about your work with your office. Everything lives in one spot. Janice will never lose the latest version of your proposal again.
You can even create private team spaces, or open up part of your Igloo to the public. And best of all, it's free to use with up to ten people.
Your intranet doesn't have to be powered by a monolith
When you're upgrading your intranet, it's easy to go with the 800 pound gorilla in the room. You're thinking about things like enterprise security and data retention policies instead of... well, if people will actually use it.
Igloo offers you the same enterprise features and security you need in a package that's easy to use, hosted in the cloud, and gets a major update every 90 days.
Plus, Igloo's content management system is built around app types you already know and love.
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Igloo blogs are great for sharing updates, product news, and corporate articles - like sharing with the team about your record quarter. Our blogs feature a WYSIWYG editor, summaries, in-line images and attachments, comments, ratings and more.
Igloo has best-in-class shared calendars built right into your intranet. Create as many calendars as you'd like. Your events can be shared outside your Igloo (or even made in Outlook). Every event has social features like comments, attachments and the ability to add related content - even on recurring events.
Igloo makes document storage and collaboration easy, with built-in version control, document preview, ratings, labels and more. And with WebDAV you can use your Igloo like a shared drive.
Have discussions, share ideas, or talk about issues with forums. Our forums allow you to like ideas, upvote responses, and mark posts as resolutions.
Bring Twitter-like functionality to your internal team. Microblogs are great for quick updates, sharing cool links and asking questions. With multiple microblog channels and @mentions, you're able to filter your message to one or more audiences.
It's easier to document your process with wikis. With version control and compare, moderation, labels and the ability to export articles as a PDF.
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