Koral, content collaboration for enterprises, demonstrated

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Ever have an Excel file that was emailed around only to have someone change a formula, which made everyone else out of sync? Well, Koral has found a unique way to make sure your employees collaborate with each other and stay in sync. Here co-founder Tim Barker gives us a quick tour around Koral, which they say does content collaboration right.

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4 Responses to “Koral, content collaboration for enterprises, demonstrated”

  1. Koral would make Vista cool « Scobleizer - Tech Geek Blogger Says:

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  2. Drew Says:

    There is a similar solution with focus on media assets in the enterprise at http://celumimagine.com

  3. Drew Says:

    There is a similar solution for media assets in the enterprise at http://celumimagine.com

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