Los Angeles-based Glip, the startup developing cloud-based tools to help teams manage projects, plans, documents, and other more, said today that it has integrated its service with Google Drive and Dropbox. The tie allows Glip customers to share their content in both of those online storage services. Glip, which is led by Peter Pezaris, offers up a social conversation platform tied into project and task management, shared calendar, document sharing, and other team features. The company has been offering up the service since October. The company charges $5 per user per month for the service.
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Glip Ties Into Google Drive, Dropbox