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Collaborative Thinking: Building A Robust Feed Syndication Platform

Collaborative Thinking

» March 15, 2008 Building A Robust Feed Syndication Platform Interesting case study of NewsGators SaaS-based offering. While this type of scale may not be necessary within an enterprise per se - it does illustrate how such platforms should be approached as a core infrastructure decision. IBM, Microsoft, Oracle) understand feed syndication and continue to treat it as an application decision. SharePoint also has a built-in RSS Viewer web part to consume RSS feeds.

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

Collaborative Thinking

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) Mashup Hub is not a feed syndication platform (e.g., Your other point on feed syndication and its importance is quite interesting.

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BT Web 2.0 adoption case study " Inside out

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Having calmed ourselves, we took a different and probably more realistic approach. They are, in essence, simple content management systems. The balance was finally tipped by Ben Verwaayan, BT’s chief executive, who expressed publicly his support for the more liberal approach.

Using social technologies to aid communities

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Home | Featured Articles | Using social technologies to aid communities Using social technologies to aid communities Two different approaches to fostering internal collaboration Technology is no longer seen as the answer to all KM problems in fact, it’s often seen as quite the opposite.

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BT Web 2.0 adoption case study « Inside out

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Having calmed ourselves, we took a different and probably more realistic approach. They are, in essence, simple content management systems. The balance was finally tipped by Ben Verwaayan, BT’s chief executive, who expressed publicly his support for the more liberal approach.