Mashups: So Easy a Caveman Can Write Them?

Green Chameleon

Okay, sorry to keep offending you cavemen out there; but I’m not trying to sell auto insurance… But since applications are getting easier and easier to write, it’s only a matter of time until many non-programmers will be building applications in some capacity. Can Kathy in finance now build a front-end analytical application that will call up data from several different departments to help her prepare a new quarterly budget report?

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Are Enterprise 2.0 Applications Prices Going to Fall? What About Market Size?

Green Chameleon

market might continue to grow in a down market, see Awareness Report Shows Significant Rise in Enterprise Social Media - Will It Continue? This may be largely true but I still see some new genres or expansions on existing ones as I interview application suppliers for the AppGap blog. blog, wiki, social networking, etc.) He says that social networking will follow blogs and wikis and become commoditized with Sharepoint being a major reason.

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Portals and KM: eProject – Enterprise 2.0 Collaborative Business Applications

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

and knowledge management to provide value to organizations through practical applications. The Business of Knowing The Connectbeam Social Computing Blog The Content Economy The Future of Communities Blog The Network Thinker The Obvious The Office Weblog The Parallaxview The Shed 2.0

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More from Forrester on the Future of Enterprise 2.0 Technologies

Portals and KM

They focused on technologies considered most appropriate for employee collaboration and included 11 technologies: blogs, forums, mashups, microblogs, podcasts, prediction markets, RSS, social bookmarks, social networks, widgets, and wikis. Here is the breakdown but predicted success: Significant success: social networks and wikis Moderate success: blogs, forums, mashups, prediction markets, RSS, widgets Minimal success: microblogs, podcasts, social bookmarks.

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Enterprise 2.0 Implementation, the book!

Green Chameleon

Implementation shows how to use viral and social networking tools to gain the competitive edge. Get full details on managing corporate blogs, wikis, mashups, RSS feeds, tagging and bookmarking data, and RIAs. Manage wikis, blogs, mashups, and RSS/Atom feeds.

Creating Order out of Chaos: Virtual Conference on Enterprise 2.0

Green Chameleon

space are translating into enterprise applications. Dan Woods (Evolved Media), Nathaniel Palmer (Workflow Management Coalition), and Puneet Gupta (Connectbeam) will debate about whether end users actually be able to create their own mashup applications, and how IT should control and manage this new breed of applications. Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages

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Dion Hinchcliffe Enterprise 2.0 Conference Workshop – Part Two

Portals and KM

platforms; wikis, blogs, microblogging, mashups, online communities, social bookmarking, social networking and them went over the vendor space with examples of each category. It can also be adapted to implement many of the social emergent tools but usually requires some work. These can be connected through mashups and data can be found through federated search. Mashups are being used and Serena, Jackbe, IBM (Lotus Mashups), Microsoft (Popfly) have tools.

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Does Enterprise 2.0 Need to be ‘Governed’?

Green Chameleon

For example, mashups are essentially the same as the composite applications that have formed the core of SOA projects for years now. I posed the question: A lot of people engaged in rapid application development, or service development via mashups and other Web 2.0 Think about how many people have created really, really bad POX applications that they claim to be rest and actually have almost no representation of the REST principles involved.

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Forrester on Enterprise 2.0 for KM Professionals

Portals and KM

Forrester recently sent me a review copy of their 30 page report - Forrester TechRadar™ For I&KM Pros: Enterprise Web 2.0 - Wikis And Social Networks Are Ready To Deliver High Value To Your Enterprise, Q4 2008 by Gil Yehuda with Kyle McNabb, G. They picked the same 11 technologies studied in the vendor report: blogs, forums, mashups, microblogs, podcasts, prediction markets, RSS, social bookmarks, social networks, widgets, and wikis and offered the same conclusions about the tools.

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Why and How to SaaS – Jeff Kaplan at Serena Tag

Green Chameleon

After this check, Jeff pointed out the SaaS has been around for a while through such applications as WebEx so perhaps everyone has used some form of it. At the same time there is a record of failure of large scale on-premise applications with cost over-runs and high maintenance costs, as well as delayed schedules that make the apps obsolete when they come out. 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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Portals and KM: illumio – a Smart Content Filter that also offers Enhanced Collaboration and Content Sharing

John Tropea - Delicious Community

and knowledge management to provide value to organizations through practical applications. The Business of Knowing The Connectbeam Social Computing Blog The Content Economy The Future of Communities Blog The Network Thinker The Obvious The Office Weblog The Parallaxview The Shed 2.0

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Zude May Be A Better Netvibes

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Thus, Zude can serve as anything form a simple personal site, to a tribute to your favorite band, or become the “ultimate mashup” where you combine information from all of your social networking profiles, blogs, widgets, and favorite web sites. Digg Technorati Cosmos Reddit Yahoo My Web File on Furl Blog this on: Blogmemes Livejournal Blogger Wordpress Socializer Link to this: Related Posts Zude Raises $5.3 link] via: Mashable Technorati: Zude Kategorie: Mashup [.]

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Getting to Know Collective and Collaborative :: Personal InfoCloud

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The two terms are rather similar in definition (in some dictionaries they are nearly identical), but the differences between the two terms have a huge difference when it comes to value in social software.

A Practical Guide to Implementing Web 2.0 (aka Social Networking Tools) in Your Organization

How to Save the World

aka Social Networking Tools) in Your Organization. social networking tools, social media and social software. This will be a lot of work, and will entail a lot of conversations with a lot of people (it is 'social software', after all)! Category: Social Networking.

Collaboration Loop - Social Networks vs. Online Communities

John Tropea - Delicious Community

and hosted applications such as Google Apps, Skype, Zoho, Gizmo, ThinkFree, Yugma, and FreeConferenceCall.com enable individuals to access a full suite of communication and collaboration applications that previously would have required a significant up-front and on-going investment.

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Social Networking More Popular Than Email

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

The far-reaching study also explored a number of other trends within the social networking space. As has been reported elsewhere, Facebook’s fastest growth demographic is older users – the social network tacked on 12.4 MySpace remains the most profitable social network, generating an estimated $1 billion in revenue versus $300 million for Facebook in 2008. Well, I think that's very possible as social networking sites today are growing like mushrooms.

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Collaboration Loop - Jive Software Launches New Edition of Clearspace X

John Tropea - Delicious Community

and hosted applications such as Google Apps, Skype, Zoho, Gizmo, ThinkFree, Yugma, and FreeConferenceCall.com enable individuals to access a full suite of communication and collaboration applications that previously would have required a significant up-front and on-going investment. So how do these types of applications jump the gap from “useful for small groups or individuals&# to “useful for large enterprise.&#