TIBCO Software's social networking platform, Tibbr, has teamed up with collaboration startup Huddle, allowing users to share and manage content in real-time.
Under the partnership, files will be stored within Huddle's cloud environment, while users can avail of Tibbr's social networking capabilities to share and update files in real-time.
TIBCO said the deal should provide users with a "secure and accessible" tool for storing and managing their business files.
Alastair Mitchell, CEO at Huddle, said: "By placing content at the core of social interactions and giving customers the ability to use social features in tibbr to distribute and discuss Huddle content, we're improving office workers' productivity and efficiency.
"Now people no longer have to skip between multiple applications to get their jobs done. We're excited to be partnering with a key player in enterprise social networking and looking forward to transforming the way people work worldwide."
Ram Menon, president of social computing at TIBCO, added: "With this valued partnership, we will support one another as we rapidly grow to new markets. Together we are bringing a new wave of value to workplace collaboration by delivering the most seamless all-in-one experience for getting work done."