Low-Bandwidth Collaboration for Health Workers and Their Communities - Patricia Abbott


Patricia Abbott's slide deck talking about the GANM global community of public health nurses - practice, technology (with attention to low bandwidth), etc. Tags: low-bandwidth cgsocialmedia social_media communities_of_practice health_communities healthcare2.0 health nursing

"Aptimize Your Web Site Today"

Michael Sampson - Currents

A client asked me about network optimization options for SharePoint today -- for speeding things up in bandwidth constrained environments. I knew about Aptimize (as I know some of the guys involved), but hadn't been to their site for a while.

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Free File Hosting Made Simple - MediaFire


Share your files and images through just one site without ever having to worry about disk space, hosting, or bandwidth again.

Huddle Sync Enters Private Beta

Michael Sampson - Currents

Users have access to the relevant content in the corporate knowledge store at all times and can download other files of interest as needed, which reduces required bandwidth.

2012 116

The Power of “No”: Escape From Overload and Focus on What Matters

Partnering Resources

It does no good to launch a new system if no one has the time or bandwidth to learn how to use it. By DWRose on flickr. One of the most important things a leader can do is to help people stay focused. That means having the courage to say “no.”

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When Online Video Consumption Moves to Exabytes in 8 Years: Will Phones, TV, Music Player, and Computers Really Converge?

Portals and KM

ReadWriteWeb says that the bandwidth problem will get worst before it gets better, but it will get better. They go on toe argue that bandwidth speeds have accounted for many of the major revolutions the internet has seen including the abundance of high-speed data connections in 2005 that made the video-sharing site YouTube a hit. Good thing I got my iPhone. According to ReadWriteWeb in 8 Years, Online Video Consumption Will be Measured in Exabytes.

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How We Can Overcome Failure in SharePoint WAN Deployments

Portals and KM

According to Gartner , adding a third party WAN Optimization Solution can improve SharePoint response times in a WAN environment by up to 10 times, and in some cases reduce bandwidth requirements by up to 95%. This is the fifth of a six part series, Robust SharePoint Performance in the Emerging Distributed Enterprise: Turning the Potential for Chaos into the Means for Success, sponsored by Certeon.  

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Notes on "Three Stories in Beca's Collaboration Journey" - Vaughan Robertson (Beca Applied Technologies)

Michael Sampson - Currents

You can reserve some bandwidth for voice and video traffic, for example. Vaughan is the Operations Manager at Beca Applied Technologies, part of the Beca group. He's talking about three stories in Beca's collaboration journey. Key points: - Story 1 - TeamView, a SharePoint based team site. Have been using SharePoint for a long time, since 2004/2005. Have about 325 project extranets, one of which holds 50,000 documents. Have taken a pretty standard approach to the use of SharePoint. -.

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The Business Value of Stories

Portals and KM

This is a good idea as while stories can be simple, they also require a broad bandwidth to convey their context and richness. Now, with continuing increases in bandwidth and other advances, corporate stories could become more recognized as a major source of organizational learning able to be managed through technology. “Sometime reality is too complex. Fiction gives it form.” Jean Luc Godard.

Ants basically invented the internet | Grist

John Tropea - Delicious Network

In the case of the internet, that resource is bandwidth. Those signals won’t return back to their origin until they find enough bandwidth. If there’s more bandwidth available, they’ll come back faster. Skip to content. Skip to site navigation.

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Interactive maps

Joitske Hulsebosch

I have to admit that I don't do a lot with maps myself so far, I tried a google map for Ghana, but failed because the bandwidth did not allow us to map everyone. I got a question from someone about maps. I thought I could list a few mapping services I came across.

News Updates (January 18, 2010)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Gmail 2010 vs Lotus Notes 1995. PC Pro compares the planned additions to Gmail with Lotus Notes from the mid-1990s.

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Nancy White

I don’t have time or mental bandwidth to capture it all now, but this is a little bookmarker for those interested in this more systemic approach. Just a quick surfacing… this morning I had the good fortune to snag some of Derek Wenmouth and Margaret McLeod’s time.

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Louisiana-Proud Radio – Paul Tamburello

Portals and KM

It took about a hundred miles to discover it shares the same bandwidth with 100.3 Paul writes a great blog PT at large about his travels. In this post, "Louisiana-Proud Radio" - Music by the mile , he writes about my home state and the music you can experience there. He writes, “If you’re under the tender age of 40, you’ll find out what radio used to sound like before it became solidly commercial.

Overcoming the Potential Chaos in WAN SharePoint Deployments

Portals and KM

Some companies increase bandwidth then and discover that the solution does not address the core problem. This is the first of a six part series I created, Robust SharePoint Performance in the Emerging Distributed Enterprise: Turning the Potential for Chaos into the Means for Success, sponsored by Certeon. The remaining parts of the series will appear on this blog over the next two weeks. The past 10 years have seen many changes that profoundly affect how businesses operate.

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User Adoption is the #1 Challenge for Business Intelligence Too

Michael Sampson - Currents

34% Lack of bandwidth due to competing priorities. - While my book, User Adoption Strategies: Shifting Second Wave People to New Collaboration Technology focuses on the challenges of adoption with collaboration tools and approaches, recent research says the same challenges apply to business intelligence. Business analytics is atop most companies' apps wish lists.

Some lessons about capacity building in social media for development organisations in the South

Joitske Hulsebosch

Working with low bandwidth, there is a trade off to make between complexity of conversations and ease of use in low bandwidth settings.

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The Throughput Approach to Personal Kanban in Detail

Evolving Web

With this approach, you will get a number of small tasks done but also devote time to the larger tasks and, hopefully, have the bandwidth to deal with flares. Blog post seven in Jim Benson’s Personal Kanban Series.

Web2.0 security risks: driving is dangerous too!

Joitske Hulsebosch

Some applications like skype use the bandwidth of the whole network. I interviewed Rolf Kleef of Nivocer for my Dutch blog and a booklet that we are writing about web2.0 for learning and collaboration.

2009 130

Next ICT-KM Social Media for Development Workshop

Nancy White

How can we make use of social media under low-bandwidth constraints? Some tools may not be accessible for those with low bandwidths.

Integrating online and face-to-face participation in a community of practice

Jenny Connected

Bandwidth has been an issue so that the original idea that we would all be able to be connected via Adobe Connect all the time in small and whole group sessions didn’t work. It might be a while before we can integrate online and face-to-face participation with colleagues in Africa, for example, where bandwidth and download times make synchronous online interaction very difficult.

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Tom Vander Wall Nails My Sharepoint Experience

Nancy White

If you are interested in some on-the ground conversations about SharePoint, dig around the Ning site): SharePoint is not low-bandwidth friendly. Between page load times and the need to navigate up and down, people in low bandwidth areas struggle with SharePoint.

Lotusphere 2011 Notes: Work Trends 2021 Panel

Portals and KM

Mike talked about the possibilities of increased bandwidth, better batteries, and more computer power in your pocket. Now there will be more possibilities for who you work with because of the high bandwidth connectivity. This is another in a series of my notes on Lotusphere 2011.

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Overcoming objections to social media reblogged

Joitske Hulsebosch

In development low bandwidth is also used as an excuse. I found a great post by called Using social media in your nonprofit: overcoming objections , written by Debra Askanase. She writes about the need to engage in social media as a nonprofit, because conversations are happening online anyway. Her angle is more an organisational identity building angle, whereas I investigate the potential of social media for professionalisation and learning. But the objections are very recognisable.

Designing for Mobile Collaboration

Portals and KM

Forrester states that the problem is the lack of capacity, bandwidth, and data close to the device. Mobile collaboration is an increasingly important topic as two-thirds of the information workforce already work remotely, according to Forrester data. With the adoption of tablets such as the iPad and the proliferation of smart phones in the enterprise, that number figures to grow significantly. It is a matter of when, not whether that mobile devices exceed desktops.

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Social Media in International Development Workshop

Nancy White

Some tools may not be accessible for those with low bandwidths. Do you work for an international development NGO? Then sign up now for the next Social Media Workshop offered by the ICT-KM Program of the CGIAR.

Language versus Writing and User Generated Content on the Web - Part Three

Portals and KM

The high multi-sensory bandwidth of direct person-to-person communication was lost as print replaced oration as the principal means of knowledge distribution. This is third part in a series prompted by interesting post, Language is not writing , from the Economist. I started to look at the evolution of communication media yesterday. In my last post I brought us up to the printing press.

Technologies for a farming community in Africa

Learning Alliances

Last week at the KM4Dev conference in Brussels , I struck up a conversation with Joseph Sikeku, who talked about community leadership and technology stewardship in a radically different setting: a radio station in Tanzania.

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Technologies for a farming community in Africa

Digital Habitats

Last week at the KM4Dev conference in Brussels , I struck up a conversation with Joseph Sikeku, who talked about community leadership and technology stewardship in a radically different setting: a radio station in Tanzania.

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Bigger Ears Make You Dumbo

Evolving Web

But I had to mash it into several 140 character statements because Delta didn’t actually give me a higher bandwidth way to have the conversation. Consider how the movement of a meme across the social media landscape spreads what looks good on the surface, but is fetid logic underneath.

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Another trip to the future via Telepresence

Endless Knots

I'm about to shill for Cisco Telepresence --and I know, it's expensive, a bandwidth hog, and blabbedy-blah--but, as per before, you've got to experience it.

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Digital Habitats for project teams

Learning Alliances

A part of the project’s work needs to be focused on learning how to cope with differences in time zones, bandwidth, technology environment, language, customs regarding deadlines or commitments, etc.,

Customer service : avoid being the victim of you social media success - Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

John Tropea - Delicious Community

What does not is the bandwidth of the system that prevents from processing all customers requests. Should iy be executed in a linear or networked way, a processus has a constraint : its bandwidth, determined by the step that at the lowest processing capability.

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Make the World Better (Ask If Anyone Minds Later) by Dr. Pamela Gay


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How to lobby for a pro-skype policy in your development organization

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

MAIN CONCERNS - SECURITY AND BANDWIDTH: The two major arguments I.T. people have against SKYPE are Security and Bandwidth. Ask them if their concerns are primarily bandwidth or security.

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NLC2016 Hotseat notes: Boundaries and Limits of Networked and Connected Learning

Jenny Connected

The point was made that technically there are no limits to connectivity, although physically connectivity can be variable according to bandwidth and geography. The second Networked Learning Conference 2016 Hotseat was a much quieter affair than the first, but none the worse for that. The topic, facilitated by Sonia Livingstone was – Boundaries and Limits of Networked and Connected Learning .

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Watching videos together in a Google Hangout with CPsquare

Learning Alliances

Even with a uniformly experienced group with consistently high bandwidth and technology, there were some puzzling differences in experience. This is cross-posted from CPsquare.org … My fellow-conspirator Sylvia Currie posted a reflection on her blog , too.

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Three Cloud Hosting Methods to Increase Profitability

Portals and KM

Since you only pay for the server space and bandwidth you actually use, this represents a significant decrease in operating expenses. Here is a guest post by by Charles Homes who is a consultant at Hosting.com. For more information on Charles and his firm check out their web site. I am pleased to have guest posts on occasion and thank Charles for this one. As a disclaimer, he provided me with nothing more than useful content. In turn I simply offered the space. 

Some ideas about a tool for community reflection

Learning Alliances

It’s just a limitation of the bandwidth that an email list affords. One initiative I took on as part of the IFAD synthesis project got going due to a conversation with Philipp Grunewald where we were wondering how a community like KM4Dev could guide a researcher’s activities.

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HR in the 21st Century – Jon Husband and Rob Paterson

Portals and KM

The FCC has recently recognized this and is changing how they assign bandwidth. Two of my Fast Forward colleagues have been posting a number of excellent posts on the role of HR within enterprise 2.0. I think that this is one of the missed opportunities and neglected areas in the enterprise 2.0 So I want to bring this work to your attention in case you have missed it.   I have commented on a few of them so include that here.

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