Collaborative Thinking: Tagging Beyond Content: Applications & People

Collaborative Thinking

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Microsoft "People Ready" = Lotus "Super Human Software" | Main | CIOTalk Radio Interview: Making Enterprise Portals Work! » March 28, 2006 Tagging Beyond Content: Applications & People This post was originally contributed at CollaborationLoop. Tags (and related tools like social bookmarks) offer another option that has some interesting possibilities.

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2010 Update on IBM Social Software Efforts: Part Two

Portals and KM

This is the second in a series on an IBM social media press event I attended last week following part one posted yesterday. Jeff Schick, VP social software, mentioned that IBM Research has done a study on the implications of using social and infusing collaboration into commerce experience.

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10 Keys to Building a Social Media and Web Presence

Online Social Networking

Seven years ago in November 2003, I began my online networking exploration on Ryze , a new social web site which was, along with LinkedIn , one of the first social networking and business networking sites. Building My Social Media and Web Presence.

Why and How to SaaS – Jeff Kaplan at Serena Tag

Green Chameleon

Networked applications, subscription pricing, enhanced user experience, real-time analytics, continuous enhancements, self-provisioned dynamic toolkits, aggregated data and benchmark studies (within and across companies), encouragement of best practices, and new ideas. The early adopters moved in 2006. Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages

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Instant Communities: List of companies that provide Web Collaboration Suites or Platforms

John Tropea - Delicious Community

One of my most popular index lists is the list of companies that provide White Label Social Networking solutions , in fact there’s over 60 in that space. These tools may have social networking features, that’s optional, but should certainly scale to it.

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IBM SJ 46-4 | A model for CIO-led innovation

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The Outlook was developed early in 2006 in addition to the traditional annual technology strategy documents. In the following section we discuss four case studies: a social bookmarking service, a tool for managing remote meetings, an enterprise directory application, and an advanced instant messaging (IM) application. An additional result was the incorporation of the dogear function into the Lotus social networking product, IBM Lotus Connections.

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