Unison (collaboration software)

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Unison
Unison by Unison Technologies logo, July 2013, jpg.jpg
Developer(s) Unison Technologies, Inc.
Stable release N/A (cloud service) / March 27, 2013; 15 months ago (2013-03-27)
Website http://www.unison.com

Unison is collaboration software that provides private group spaces, "rooms", to teams. It was developed by Unison Technologies, Inc., of New York City, which promotes the software as a faster alternative to group email or enterprise social networks. Functionality includes instant messaging, voice and video chat, and private "rooms" where employees can post updates, files or images and respond with comments.

Unison is distributed under a freemium business model.

The software currently supports Windows PC, Mac and Linux via its web client. Unison also has clients for iOS and Android.

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Earlier versions of Unison focused on unified communications, including email integration, were released in March 2008[1][2] and a commercial version in July, 2008, followed by a hosted service in 2011. These versions were deprecated, and a new version launched in 2012 as a hosted service.

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