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The new employee connection: Social networking behind the firewall - Computerworld

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

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In The Next Version - It’s Like Facebook For Work. Wait It Is Facebook For Work

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

This private version of the popular social network is designed to provide employees a place to collaborate securely with their colleagues. Organizations realised that employees need social to be part of the way people work, not a separate destination to go to. In The Next Version.

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News Updates (October 15, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Businesses and government agencies deploying increasingly more sophisticated collaboration tools -- such as VoIP soft phones, immersive video and fixed mobile convergence -- saw a corresponding improvement in business results relative to the amount invested. So far, I’m not finding a compelling reason to use Wave instead of the other collaboration tools at my disposal, and I’m not seeing this as a major paradigm shift or sea-change application that others may view this to be.

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UC And ROI: IBM's Truth And Fiction Example

Collaborative Thinking

Thumbs-Down: The concern I have here is that the total cost of ownership is not clearly outlined, a reasonable TCO model would establish a timeline (say 3 years) and include the total costs, including various weighting factors for planning, operational support, integration costs, help desk, change management, and so on. Thumbs-Up: It's important to note here the different between channel switching (from telephone to IM or VoIP chat) vs. time-saved by reducing phone calls.

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Microsoft's Unified Communications Predictions

Collaborative Thinking

I would add an open integration and interoperability framework - a UC platform should not equate to "single vendor". UC will increasingly span across the PC, browser, and mobile phone for truly integrated voice calling, email, IM, conferencing and presence on the go. With UC-enabled applications, communicating becomes a natural and intuitive part of the workflow integrated at the desktop, mobile phone or browser.

The Networked Enterprise and Bioteams in China

The Bumble Bee

ChinaValue: The employees of Virtual enterprise may be scattered all over the world, What should we do to manage the virtual employees? A virtual employee can become very isolated if they don't speak with other employees enough.

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Lockheed Martin Launches Open-Source Social Networking Project - Application Development from eWeek

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

These solutions have enabled its employees tocollaboratively develop and share content through such tools as blogs andwikis. With Eureka Streams, enterprises canprovide this experience to their employees in a secure environment.

Twitter Compared to IM, Email and Forums

Collaborative Thinking

As IM systems mature, they are integrated with audio, video and telephony services (i.e., This enables IM conversations to escalate from a text-based interaction to a VoIP call for instance. Because email messages can be so comprehensive, and included file attachments, they can be stored for extended periods of times within the personal e-mail inboxes of employees. Twitter changes the notion that communication happens in channels while collaboration happens in spaces.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Social Networking goes mainstream I was recently asked by a buddy to name off some social networking platforms that could be branded or changed as needed (that’s where that term ‘white label’ has come from).

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

How to Save the World

What Intranet designers and managers fail to appreciate is that the principal way people share information hasn't changed in centuries -- people get it through real-time conversation with people they respect and trust. It's changing, constantly. Talk to your employees.

Implementing the Cisco Collaboration Framework

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

every employee across the globe. Behavioral Changes 53 Cisco on Cisco: Transformational Changes. organizations change the way they can do. But technology cannot change. create the organizational changes necessary to. and expertise is shared among employees, partners, and their communities. Great changes are now occurring throughout organizations worldwide. Younger employees—especially Generation. organizational changes.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

What Intranet designers and managers fail to appreciate is that theprincipal way people share information hasnt changed in centuries --people get it through real-time conversation with people they respectand trust. Its changing, constantly. Talkto your employees.

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The Four Tenets of the Community Manager

John Tropea - Delicious Community

If a socially-responsible company does this right and fulfills a role in the larger community, it can catalyze the community and whole industries towards change. « Marketing 4 Change May 17th, 2008 10:29 pm […] organizations.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

What Intranet designers and managers fail to appreciate is that theprincipal way people share information hasnt changed in centuries --people get it through real-time conversation with people they respectand trust. Its changing, constantly. Talkto your employees.

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An adoption strategy for social software in enterprise. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns in the chaos

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

How can the software be simply integrated into their existing working processes? But it’s far more important to focus on groups who share aims, actions, and information and who show existing enthusiasm for change and learning new stuff.

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Video and Debate: Who really owns the Community?

John Tropea - Delicious Community

I think driving the efforts is a forcing function of change within most marketing organizations, and for the better. And, companies are finding they must integrate back into the marketplace in a meaningful way (the fortress model failed).

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