Glasscubes is inexpensive, quick to implement and actually encourages social interaction. It’s ideal for businesses that want to improve communication and increase productivity. Bringing everyone together in an online workplace.
Watch and explore the modern alternative to an intranet.
So why is Glasscubes different to an intranet?
Intranets have a reputation for being cumbersome and underutilised. In contrast Glasscubes is user-friendly, with a simple interface that’s intuitive to use and requires no training. Our cloud-based platform is accessible from anywhere, on any device that has an internet browser. Unlike a traditional intranet, there’s no IT setup, maintenance or support required.
What’s a workspace and why do you need one?
A workspace is a secure online area which you invite people to join so that you can share files, assign tasks, manage projects, communicate and organise schedules. You can invite colleagues, customers or suppliers, in fact anyone that you need to communicate and share information with regularly. Workspaces make it easy to work with different groups of people, projects or events.
Branding – Make it your own
We understand the importance of promoting your brand and realise that it should be reflected in everything you do. It’s easy to customise your account, workspaces and communications to promote yourself, rather than us. In addition to this, our Enterprise Edition can be totally white labelled, creating added value by promoting Glasscubes as an extension of your organisation's own technology.
A social environment for your business
Bringing all of your information together in one place builds relationships, nobody misses out on vital information and everyone has a clear voice; which in turn builds a social environment that stimulates collaboration.
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Glasscubes for mobile users
The beauty of Glasscubes being in the cloud is that you can access your account from any device with an internet browser. Set up and assign tasks, download and modify files, manage your shared calendars and join in discussions. Smartphone users also have the option of a mobile site which they may find easier to navigate than our full site.
We understand that the security of our customer’s data is critical and this continues to be our number one priority. We are UK Government approved and accredited by UKAS with the ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management Systems certification. All of your data is remotely backed up and access to our service uses high grade SSL encryption to ensure secure data transfer.
A shared contact directory
Glasscubes gives you “Connect”; a central place to share your organisation’s contacts. Use it to store and organise information about colleagues, partners, customers and suppliers. Create your own custom fields, assign tasks to each other and attach email communications that are visable to everyone.
Bringing businesses together
Extranets are distinct from intranets in that they are intended for users outside of the company, whereas an intranet's users are typically internal. Glasscubes can be used as either an intranet or extranet. Invite customers, associates or suppliers, in fact anyone that you need to communicate and share information with regularly.
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