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Boston E20 Notes: Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks: Identity, Graphs, Streams & Social Objects

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conference in Boston. I attended session - Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks: Identity, Graphs, Streams & Social Objects led by Mike Gotta , Senior Technical Solution Marketing Manager for Social Software, Cisco. I am pleased to be back for my sixth Enterprise 2.0 Here is a link to a summary of last year’s notes. This is another of my notes for this year. There will be more to follow.

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Boston E20 Notes: Building a Unified Communications and Collaboration Roadmap

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conference in Boston.  Big vendors are Cisco, Microsoft, Google, and IBM.  There is a lot of competition between Cisco and Microsoft.   The Cisco Quad (now WebEx Social) strategy with integration their communication tools makes this easier. 

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Boston E20 Notes: Organization Next Workshop: Bridging the Participation Gap – Networks, Learning, and "Play"

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conference in Boston. I attended workshop hosted by Mike Gotta - Organization Next: Bridging the Participation Gap – Networks, Learning, and "Play"   Mike is now Senior Technical Solution Manager for Enterprise Social Software, Cisco. Mike started by doing a overview of the conference and then introduced Josh Greenbaum, who said he is an industry analyst and his job is to be skeptical of new technology.  People tweet at conferences for idea sharing.

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Boston: "The engaged city"

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Catherine Shinners at work (Cisco office, Madison, WI, Sept 19, 2012 ). My friend and colleague, Catherine Shinners , blogged from the E2 Conference here in Boston last week, and captured these very interesting details about the City of Boston's e-efforts.

Enterprise 2.0 Conference: Call For Papers Community, Voting Process

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conference in Boston this year, I have submitted three sessions that I hope the community finds helpful and relevant. Cisco coordinates submissions so you may find these under the name of “ SGumpert ” rather than my name. For the upcoming Enterprise 2.0 Sandra is coordinating the submissions. I have elaborated on my sessions below. If you find them valuable, I hope you take the time to participate in the community process and vote for these proposals. Thanks!

Enterprise 2.0 Conference: Session Proposals

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conference board of advisors, it is always my goal to make sure that we deliver compelling sessions for attendees. Cisco's Collaboration Strategy: Contender Or Pretender? Cisco has jumped full-force into the collaboration market, believing that it is delivering a next-generation platform with strategic E2.0 This panel session will engage Cisco in a frank and open discussion on the merits of its collaboration strategy, implications to the Enterprise 2.0

Recap of the Enterprise 2.0 Conference for 2010

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Conference took place in Boston last week. I was heavily involved in the conference in the first three years (2005-2007), but haven't been able to attend since. Anyway, here's what stood out to me from afar from the conference this week. Cisco is Muscling In. The third key vendor now is Cisco. For more on my take on Cisco in the collaboration market, see: - Cisco Quad: Peeling Back the Layers (on my blog, from earlier this week).

Are CIOs Ready to Bite? - Enterprise 2.0 Conference Notes

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conference in Boston, June 14- 17. Panelists include: JP Rangaswami , CIO and Chief Scientist, BT Design and Murali Sitaram , VP/GM Enterprise Collaboration Platform, Cisco. Murali said in Cisco the community managers are from the business units. This is the sixth in a series of my notes on the Enterprise 2.0 This post covers the keynote: Are CIOs Ready to Bite? It was led by Alex Wolfe , Editor In Chief,

Towards A More Participatory Culture: Enterprise Q&A

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I had the good fortune to hear about the results first-hand when I co-presented with AIIM’s President, John Mancini , on a social networking panel at the Gilbane Conference held in Boston last November. Cisco Quad already does this via its Watch List capability.

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Wrap Up of 2nd Annual Community Manager Day: Voices Around the World #CMAD « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing

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I had nothing to do with the first group (Boston) leading the first ever physical event, but then quickly suggested that other regions (even my local area SF) to step up. Cisco salutes CMs with this graphic, lasso time. link] 2011 Boston Community Manager Appreciation Day [.]

How Procter & Gamble Got Employees to Use Social Networking at Work - - Business Technology Leadership

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Karlyn, attorney at Foley & Lardner in Boston, will share tips on negotiating tactics and new, creative contract terms to help mid-market CIOs make better deals. Rick Swanborg is president of ICEX and a professor at Boston University. 10 Ways to Increase Power System Availability in Data Centers More White Papers » FEATURED SPONSORS ); SPONSORED LINKS IDG Free Security Virtual Conference 9/29/09 Boost corporate productivity by making smart investments.

Spigit Offers Release S3 to a Maturing Market

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conference submission process. conference. According to a Boston Consulting Group report on innovation from 2010, 72 percent of respondents said that their companies consider innovation a top-three priority, versus 64 percent in 2009. I have been covering Spigit.

News Updates (November 13, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Boston 2010. The Call for Papers is open for the Boston 2010 Enterprise 2.0 Conference. The submissions with the most votes will become official conference sessions at E2 Boston 2010. We want the E2 community to collaborate, give us their most exciting ideas and experiences, and tell us what they want to see in Boston next year. " The conference runs June 14-17. HP is buying 3Com for $2.7B , to strengthen it against Cisco. Convos.

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Life With Alacrity: The Dunbar Number as a Limit to Group Sizes

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« Post RSA Conference Wrapup | Main | Great Social Networking Posts » The Dunbar Number as a Limit to Group Sizes Lately Ive been noticing the spread of a meme regarding "Dunbars Number" of 150 that I believe is misunderstanding of his ideas.

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Michael Sampson - Currents

Morten and Scott are not the first to ask the question - that very question has been asked at conferences before (Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston in 2007, for example), and I have heard various arguments for and against it. Think John Chambers at Cisco as a CEO that has set the collaboration agenda for a large organization. Morten Hansen and Scott Tapp asked recently, Who should be your Chief Collaboration Officer?

News Updates (June 24, 2009)

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Cisco on Collaboration. Cisco has released a report about the benefits it achieved through the use of collaboration and social networking technologies. Cisco are releasing a 58 page report which details their 900 percent return on investment in collaboration and social networking and which details how they have successfully increased productivity, innovation and growth. Conference in Boston this week. Central Desktop Status Updates.

News Updates (May 21, 2009)

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Speaking at a JP Morgan event in Boston, Ozzie said that enterprises still don't trust that they will be provided with the high service levels they would need to move applications onto large networks run by a small number of vendors. Eric comments on a session at the Interop conference about unified communications and Enterprise 2.0. " More from Cisco on Collaboration in Motion. Ozzie on the Shift to Cloud Computing.

Jumping Into Tibbr Social Collaboration With Both Feet - The BrainYard - InformationWeek

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E2 Boston 2012: IBM Interview. E2 Boston 2012: Cisco Booth Interview. Robert Ballecer interviews Paul Russell, Product Manager - Enterprise Collaboration Platform at Cisco. Paul disusses the recent release of Cisco WebEx Social. InformationWeek 500 Conference. Game Developers Conference (GDC). COMMENTARY. WHITEPAPERS. SLIDESHOWS. VIDEOS. EVENTS. ABOUT. BRAINYARD NEWS. ABOUT THE AUTHOR. David F. David F.

Open Parenthesis » Liveblogging Enterprise 2.0 - Jeffrey Stamps and Jessica Lipnack - Decide to Network

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Leave a Reply Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Twitter ID Website XHTML: You can use these tags: Notify me of followup comments via e-mail « Previous Post: Liveblogging Enterprise 2.0 - Cisco’s Martin De Beer Next Post: Liveblogging Enterprise 2.0 - Microsoft’s Derek Burney » About Me Open Parenthesis is a blog about free and open source software, next generation internet strategy, and the assembled web, written by John Eckman (me).

Organisation structure design is dead! ~ Management 2.0 developing social capital

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"You can encourage the former by systematically promoting serendipitous meetings between people from different parts of the organization at conferences, off-sites, and training programs. Cisco and the Human Network @ Work. conference: why Collaboration & ‘be.

The Social Revolution – processes to networks ~ Management 2.0 developing social capital

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Cisco and the Human Network @ Work. conference: EMC’s business case Zappos - Delivering happiness Enterprise 2.0 Boston 2010 Looking back to June 2009 ► May (8) Confidence, engagement and human capital Promotion (and salary) envy Social engagement – fact or fiction?

Endless Knots: Teams of practice

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Google search WWW Categories 1968 90% people, 10% technology Animals Annie Antioch Art Benjamin Books Boston Buddhism Business Cell phones Clients Coincidences Collaboration Communities of practice Complexity Courage Current Affairs Death and dying Design Dogs Economy Education Email Energy Enterprise 2.0 In between conference calls and making stuffing, I will think on this and come back with a reply worthy of yours.