alex williams 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Related Posts Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… Tags:#enterprise#Products CubeTree is launching a new service today that makes documents into items that can support comments, adding a new dimension to how users can interact with spreadsheets, slides on a presentation and other content. “Social documents,” is what CubeTree calls the ability for users to comment on documents. The company, which is exhibiting at Enterprise 2.0, is one of the new players to the collaboration space.CubeTree considers itself one of the new breed of players in the Enterprise 2.0 space that is defined by conversation more than content.Like a number of the new players, CubeTree leverages activity streams.The company focuses on three main components:Profiles: Users create a profile that drills down to where the person sits in the office, who is in the next cube and other detailed information that gives a picture of their work day. It reflects their activity stream; where they have commented; wiki pages they are editing and other information such as pictures of whiteboards from meetings.Groups: Formed when a user wants control over who has access to information. Groups may be public, private or extended to partners, customers and other parties outside the organization.Feeds: Collection of activities about the things that interests the user. This may be the people, the groups or topics the user follows. These all appear in an activity stream where users may comment on what appears.Here’s a demonstration of the “social document” features that CubeTree is launching today:
A 60-year-old debt-ridden farmer allegedly committed suicide on Thursday in a village of Harda district of Madhya Pradesh, police said.Jai Narayan Meena, a resident of village Deepgaon Kalan under Sirali Police Station, consumed poisonous substance under a tree in his farm this afternoon, local police station in charge Sushil Patel said.Patel said his body was found under a tree on the outskirts of the village.“A suicide note was also recovered from the spot. It was stated in the suicide note that he was taking the extreme step due to increasing debt,” the police officer added.According to Meena’s brother Prem Narayan, Jai Narayan had taken loan of ₹2.5 lakh from a bank and was finding it difficult to repay them.Police handed over the body to his kin after the post-mortem.Harda Superintendent of Police (SP) Aditya Pratap Singh told PTI that the police are probing further on basis of the suicide note.