SimplyBox – the future of organizational collaboration?

When I was updating the Directory of Learning Tools for 2011, I reviewed each and everyone of the 2,000+ tools in the list.  But there was one tool that jumped out at me as being importantly different:  SimplyBox – described as “the only decentralized and contextual enterprise communication solution” .

There are a number  of reasons why I think this is an interesting tool:

  1. You can link groups of people around a particular set of content
  2. You don’t have to leave your current application to communicate with others, they are right there when you need them.
  3. You don’t need IT to install it.

I believe this approach will help support a more social way of working and learning in organizational workflows.

Want to find out more, take a look at the video:

And I’m not the only one that thinks it is worth watching in 2011.

UPDATE: And of course there’s Simply Box for Education too.

5 thoughts on “SimplyBox – the future of organizational collaboration?

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  2. Nik Peachey

    I’ve also been using SimplyBox for a few years now and find it really useful. It’s a great tool for providing mixed medi content to students for them to develop digital literacy skills around. I’ve really enjoyed using and training teachers to use it, but recently I think they have dropped the free option which is a shame. It’s also got a couple of annoying quirks too that could do with ironing out. But a great tool.

    Nik Peachey

  3. Melissa

    SimpleBox seems like a great program and I cannot wait to sit down and use it someday. It seems like a great tool to use in the classroom.

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