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Collaborative Thinking: Info 2.0: Harnessing the power of Web 2.0 and Enterprise Mashups

Collaborative Thinking

and Enterprise Mashups Moderator: Angelique Matheny, IBM Rational Software Speakers: Lauren Cooney, CTO Office, Information Management Group Sriram Padmanabhan, Distinguished Engineer, IBM Advanced Tech. Webcast Notes (I assume that replay information will appear at the site): The Good Need to move way from rigid applications to a more free-flowing approach is correct (synergistic with emergence, user-generated content, architecture of participation and other trends re: Enterprise 2.0)

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illumio – a Smart Content and Request Filter for Enterprise 2.0

John Tropea - Delicious Community

illumio – a Smart Content and Request Filter for Enterprise 2.0 The illumio client downloads your selected RSS feeds, visits the underlying pages and extracts keyword phrases to determine whether each feed’s content is a good match for current concerns. They have recently launched a Facebook application that allows you to have comments on articles or other content from illumio appear in your Facebook profile.

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The FASTForward Blog » Awareness Makes a Smart Move with Its Facebook Integration: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary

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Awareness Makes a Smart Move with Its Facebook Integration by Bill Ives May 5, 2008 at 7:12 am · Filed under Enterprise 2.0 We discussed their recently announced Facebook integration through their Awareness Facebook Application Framework. I have also written about how a number of firms have provided a means to integrate social software (aka enterprise 2.0) Awareness comes to the table with a single architecture for all forms of user-generated content (e.g.,

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Prescient Releases the Social Intranet Study

Portals and KM

  Other tools followed with IM at 63% on the intranet, wikis at 61%, RSS at 56%, tagging at 51%, social networking at 43%, microblogging at 42%, podcasts at 39%, content ratings at 29%, social bookmarking at 23%, and mashups at 10%. SharePoint or WebSphere) are the most popular technology platforms at 34%, while 27% of intranets are powered by Content Management Systems (e.g. The ‘build it and they will come approach” will most likely lead to poor returns. 

More from Forrester on the Future of Enterprise 2.0 Technologies

Portals and KM

I recently received a review copy of Forrester TechRadar For Vendor Strategists: Enterprise Web 2.0 - How Product Strategists Should Approach A Maturing Web 2.0 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. I just think the analysis should make more mention of integrated platforms.

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Enterprise Collaboration Architecture from Cisco that Goes Beyond Technology

Portals and KM

Cisco provides a Collaboration Services Group that is not tied to Cisco products but helps clients with a vendor independent approach. This is not surprising as I heard elsewhere that in 2009 more content was created than in the history of content and that the same thing had happen the year before. One of the issues I found helpful was the distinction between collaboration-enabled applications and collaboration-integrated applications.

Booz Allen Extends its Enterprise 2.0 Collaborative Platform

Portals and KM

A few months ago I wrote a series of posts on the innovative and award winning approach Booz Allen is taking to enhance enterprise collaboration and engagement (see Implementing Enterprise 2.0 It could also be easily integrated into the overall Hello skin.

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Cisco WebEx Connect Questions

Collaborative Thinking

More acquisitions - perhaps one of the mashup, or PaaS, or feed syndication platform vendors or a mobile player. Where will Cisco go concerning OpenAjax Hub (secure mashup runtime)? Content Management. Will Cisco jump on the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) effort? What are the records management functions for content, email, IM, etc? Integration. What about portlets for integrating WebEx Connect with other portal platforms?

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Circling Around To Enterprise 2.0 Again

Collaborative Thinking

SharePoint is a product mashup of sorts. In 2003, the first iteration of a "platform mashup" occurred with SharePoint 2003 that joined Windows SharePoint Services (the evolution of STS) with portal. The 2007 release was arguably the first concerted effort to deliver an integrated platform, adding additional components along the way. Few organizations back in 2003 adopted a formal enterprise-wide, top-down approach.

Expanding Web Search Part One: Focused Search-Based Applications

Portals and KM

I have written about them before (see Exalead's CloudView Offers Integrated Search Capabilities). In our most recent conversation, Eric talked about other search tools they've built to find and refine all results from the ocean of Web content.

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Green Chameleon » The Technology Question in KM Tools

Green Chameleon

IBM/Lotus is pushing in collaborative solutions since more than a decade; there are many Content Management System providers and hundreds of other small providers for very exciting solutions in the field of Knowledge Management. In such a suite, also provide a single point of access; for example, create a mashup site as an entry to the suite. Move a step further, and allow people to create content by sending e-mails to your application.

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Forrester on Enterprise 2.0 for KM Professionals

Portals and KM

The major areas of focus and conclusions are similar to Forrester TechRadar For Vendor Strategists: Enterprise Web 2.0 - How Product Strategists Should Approach A Maturing Web 2.0 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. lter content and re?ne

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Can Web 2.0 Evolve Into an Enterprise Technology? - SaaS - Network Computing

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Growing Pains Wikis, mashups, social networking, even Second Life can have a place in business, but they need to improve legacy interoperability—and IT needs to overcome its skepticism. While theres a lot of hype and hubris surrounding wikis, mashups and social networking, theres also a lot of real innovation—much of it coming from increasingly tech-savvy business staff, not the IT department.

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Swarming to write narratives in hybrid ecosystem

Taming the spaces

Individuals develop places when they add various artifacts such as images, impressions, historical content, marketing information to augment certain geographical locations, and increase their ability to perceive places as meaningful spots individually.

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Collaboration – If it Were That Easy We Would all Do It – Well

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Many individuals speak of collaboration as if it is a single business process or approach to communication and networking. Content Collaboration Content collaboration is basically a library. Participants post relevant content, and thus collaboratively build the library over time.

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List of "White Label" or "Private Label" (Applications you can Rebrand) Social Networking Platforms

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This is software you can brand and integrate tightly into your existing domain. Build your community today and start generating incremental revenue from user generated content.&# with security, control, and content moderation. approach !

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

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List of companies that provide collaboration platforms Alfresco “Alfresco is the leading open source alternative for enterprise content management. Drupal “Drupal.org is the official website of Drupal, an open source content management platform.

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BroadBand Mechanics presents People Aggregator

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Contact | People Aggregator | Join now bringing social to software ™ home About us Platform Services Clients Press Social Networking, blogging, ID Hub, content management and an aggregation engine are all available in source code form or well host it for you - via a SaaS deal.

Virtual Team Collaboration: Share, Send And Publish Large Files Online With Adobe Share - Robin Good's Latest News

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How Adobe Share Works The Adobe Share approach is very simple and direct. As an example of this, you may want to check one implementation of this API allowing integration between Adobe LiveCycle ES and Adobe Share.)

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

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internal content management systems) that serve up content almost no one uses. They don't generally know (or, often, care) whether that content is of any use to anyone else in the organization. BLOG A Practical Guide to Implementing Web 2.0 (aka

Wikinomics» Blog Archive » Is your Organization Talent Ready?

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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Customer Service Reality Mining: A Real Life Scenario Recent Comments james34 on The GTA IV Hood, a google powered wiki mashup Perry on Learning from the Nano (the car, not the iPod) Perry on Learning from the Nano (the car, not the iPod) links for 2009-03-05 « Lshevaun’s Weblog on FirstMonday.org, open access and scholarly publishing Tel on Putting the YouTube Long Tail in Perspective Joseluis Villavicencio on Who owns Facebook?

Tomoye: Bringing Web 2.0 to Communities of Practice

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that have brought their process approach. Eric contrasted social forums with no focus on one extreme and content management systems with no engagement on the other. The open APIs allow for mashup integration.

An Idea Worth Spreading: The Future is Networks « emergent by design

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You’ll have some of that, and it’s fine, because it provides YOU with cool content to then tweet to the people who follow you. As people whom I’ve never met generate trust through their networking gifts, integrity, and skills with others, I’ve found myself wondering how I can best support them – without considering “apartness&# from myself. emergent by design Home who’s the architect?

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The FASTForward Blog " Retrospective on KM and the Impact of Web 2.0: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary

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Much of the attention and effort centred on integrated information systems and specialized information technology that combined enabled the categorization, archiving and easy access to documents and other codified knowledge. 9. Computers alone cannot competently tag content. Authors must tag the content they create and / or use. Putting names and labels to content is essential and often may be words that do not appear in the content (this is the essence of metadata).

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34 More Ways to Build Your Own Social Network

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First, these companies can protect and enhance their clients’ brands by delivering highly-tailored social network components that integrate seamlessly into existing websites. They provide information sessions at the beginning of their relationships, collaborate during the design process, and may even help market the social networks and provide ongoing content moderation support. It has had a yahoo-maps mashup component since before people were calling that ‘web 2.0′

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