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Rofori Adds Visual Stream Analysis to Collaboration and File Sharing Cloud Service

May 31, 2012

Rofori Corporation, a cloud service company with a focus on providing the latest micro-blogging collaboration technology with modifiable user-defined message creation and file storage, is pleased to announce its rofori service enhancement that enables visualizing analyses of stream message types and categories. With rofori, you can interact, monitor, share files with rofori and Dropbox file storage, and analyze message activity.

Manassas, VA (PRWEB) May 30, 2012

Rofori is designed to enable professionals and organizations to create collaborative streams where members can be “in sync”, looking at the same messages and files within a stream. Rofori has now enhanced its service with a visual analysis of stream message types and categories, by stream owner, and from different perspectives. Rofori subscribers can now leverage the aggregation of stream messages to analyze trends of message types and categories. With rofori, stream owners never have to worry about personal, business, sensitive, or historical information being scanned, searched, or inadvertently posted as a part of a public social network. The unstructured nature of messages in a public social network does not allow for relevant searching. With natural structuring of messages when created, rofori enables an intuitive and easy way to search information and dialogue instantly. Rofori brings order and easy historical searching to today´s rapidly expanding collaborative environment. Rofori enables the development of a team knowledgebase, as the search engine is dynamically aligned to the message creation structure. Rofori leverages a design based on the end user experience, maximizing flexibility and depth of features, while maintaining ease of use. Rofori offers a powerful, logical, and intuitive interface for creating, managing, searching, and analyzing messages.

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