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Matt Lovato

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TechCrunch DisruptTo the Silicon Valley Disrupters: You've had a good run. A massive percentage of the globe has adopted your social media platforms and your file sharing tools. Young programmers are jumping at the chance to plug into your APIs and spin off a trendy new app or two. We saw many of them at this week's TechCrunch Disrupt show in San Francisco. But none of them are making any serious attempt to capitalize on a major opportunity you've left behind. Perhaps they just don't see it. Perhaps they assume you'll seize the opportunity before they can. Perhaps they know Kerio Workspace has already beaten you to it.

What am I talking about? True social collaboration for business.

Sharing files in the cloud beats email attachments any day. In fact, for managing projects, a private social media platform has its advantages over email too. But how long are project teams expected to tolerate using one tool to share project files and a separate tool to actually communicate? With file-sharing tools today, users might get the chance to post comments on individual files, but let's face it: that's been around for a long time, and it's hardly an effective way to communicate about an entire project.

This is why, with Kerio Workspace, we've wrapped a powerful file-sharing tool in a rock-solid social media platform. A private cloud that lets you synchronize and share all of your project's files, deadlines, project notes, and conversations on a single, well-organized live page... that's a platform for true social collaboration. So beware Silicon Valley cloud tycoons, Kerio Workspace is here to disrupt your users' expectations.

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