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10/3/2011
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10 Great Android Apps For Collaboration

The best mobile apps are not just for iPhone and iPad anymore. These collaboration-minded apps help turn your Android smartphone or tablet into an essential business tool.
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KnowledgeTree's new native app for both Android phones and tablets extend the vendor's secure, collaborative document management and workflow platform to Android users. In addition to Web-based file sharing and storage, KnowledgeTree adds a variety of a compliance-oriented process controls, such as document aging and other alerts, access rules, and custom workflows. That makes it a potential match for collaboration in industries dealing with heavy-duty regulatory landscapes, such as legal or finance. With the Android app, the vendor also introduced FolderSync, enabling selective, automatic two-way synchronization between a user's desktop and KnowledgeTree account, to help keep everyone on the team keep working with the most current files. The app itself is free; KnowledgeTree itself is not (beyond a two-week trial). Custom pricing for enterprises includes unlimited storage, dedicated account management, and other upgrades.

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