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Blog | EcoSuite


19th January 2014

Jan 2nd 2014 07:00 AM EST: I asked Google to find me a good collaboration tool and was bombarded with a zillion suggestions and links. I then stumbled across a lesser known site called Ecosuite that claimed itself to be a 'fully integrated enterprise suite'.  I gave it a try... The instant first time user experience was a sensation of SPEED!  Was I really using a SaaS application or did I dow...read the full story

15th January 2014

Some of our users have found many different ways to use many collaboration features of EcoSuite. Here are some examples. Central storage for commonly used documents like Brochures/Forms Meeting/Travel schedule information to Managers by team members Sharing of scanned documents to remote auditors RFP Management Group wise HR Policy document distribution /announcement Preparation of training...read the full story

7th April 2013

"We at EcoSuite understand how much your data means to you and how important it is. That's why we never keep you hostage with your data. We give you many ways to access, create, copy and backup your data. Of course, all your data is not the same. That's why we provide many different ways to give you access to your data. Our main objective is to give you peace of mind for your data and you never f...read the full story

10th February 2013

It in early days of commercial IT, hardware was very expensive, so it was centralized and rationed. Data was locked up in mainframes where few people could access it. The evolution of mini-computers in the the 70s  moved data into many departments. With the PC explosion of the 90s, data moved out to the desktop. Client/server system exploited the PC desktop, networked with other systems and provi...read the full story

22nd January 2013

Many organizations with unique, hand-crafted,  IT operations are looking to industrialize those operations. Before the production and distribution of electricity was industrialized, many firms had their own in-house power-generating systems.  Those firms migrated to the electric grid in the early 1900s, because they wanted the benefits of a widespread, repeatable function with predictable result...read the full story