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APRIL 11, 2008 [2008, Denver] The FASTForward Blog " Retrospective on KM and the Impact of Web 2.0: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary
by Jon Husband April 11, 2008 at 2:07 am · Filed under 2.0 Retrospective on KM and the Impact of Web 2.0 Design Thinking , Change , Enterprise 2.0 , Enterprise Social Computing , Enterprise Software , Social Computing , Web 2.0 , Wisdom of Crowds Cross-posted to the FASTForward blog. But that may be changing. As Web 2.0 Tune in here.
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JULY 5, 2008 [2008, Denver] How to Save the World
July 5, 2008 Saturday Links for the Week -- July 5, 2008 -- The Story Edition (Severalof the students from two Melbourne universities that we hostedyesterday said they thought I looked startlingly like Aussie starfootballer Jason Akermanis, above top, except for the blond hair. Idont see it, but Im flattered. Must be the mannerisms.
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COLLABORATIVE THINKING [2008, Denver] Collaborative Thinking: Building A Robust Feed Syndication Platform
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» March 15, 2008
Building A Robust Feed Syndication Platform Interesting case study of NewsGators SaaS-based offering. IBM
, Microsoft, Oracle) understand feed syndication and continue to treat it as an application decision. see [link] Posted by: James Dellow | March 18, 2008
at 06:11 AM James - it looks like a solid effort. MORE >>
- [2008, Denver] The FASTForward Blog » Immersed in the ‘Internet Human Buzz’: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary
Immersed in the ‘Internet Human Buzz’ by Joe McKendrick October 7, 2007 at 9:04 pm · Filed under Community , Enterprise 2.0 , Messy World , Relationships , Social Computing , Social Media , SocialText , Web 2.0 Yet, he is able to step back and marvel on how the Internet has changed our sense of community. Check it out here. MORE >>
- [2008, Denver] The FASTForward Blog » Why the Future of Corporate Computing is ‘Informal’ : Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary
Why the Future of Corporate Computing is ‘Informal’ by Joe McKendrick December 1, 2007 at 6:07 pm · Filed under 2.0 Design Thinking , Barriers , Enterprise 2.0 , Enterprise Software , Facebook , IT Department , Information Management , Messy World , Social Computing , Web 2.0 “It’s easy to make fun of these sites. MORE >>
- [2008, Denver] Facilitating Networking
Facilitating Networking by Paula Thornton December 26, 2007 at 2:07 pm · Filed under 2.0 Design Thinking , Barriers , Enterprise 2.0 , Facebook , Social Networking This is in response to a comment from my colleague, Bill Ives, who asked for my thoughts as to the potential shakeout of social networking tools in the Enterprise. collaboration). MORE >>
- [2008, Denver] Facebook as a Corporate Portal Platform
think the minute a central authority gets behind it — and instinctively mandates some available MOBIG (Microsoft/Oracle/BEA/IBM
/Google) software because it happened to be familiar or free — is the minute the system will lose its appeal to rank-and-file employees. Facebook as a Corporate Portal Platform? May the best one win. MORE >>
- [2008, Denver] Worklight Enters the Enterprise Facebook Market JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS SOCIAL NETWORK KM | SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 2008
- [2008, Denver] The FASTForward Blog » Awareness Makes a Smart Move with Its Facebook Integration: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS SOCIAL NETWORK KM | MONDAY, MAY 5, 2008
- [2008, Denver] The FASTForward Blog " Social Media and the Organization - Part 1: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS COLLABORATION | SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2007
- [2008, Denver] illumio – a Smart Content and Request Filter for Enterprise 2.0 JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS COMMUNITY | SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2007
- [2008, Denver] Cisco Announces Definitive Agreement to Acquire Jabber COLLABORATIVE THINKING | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2008
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