Central Desktop revamps its collaboration tools

Central Desktop revamps its collaboration tools

venturebeat.com
Central Desktop today unveiled version 2.0 of its set of online tools, including project management, document collaboration, and web meetings. There are a lot of options out there for companies looking for online collaboration software, acknowledged chief executive Isaac Garcia. But while competing startups might claim to be comprehensive, most...
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