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A Journey In Social Media: Clearspace Alternatives

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« Here Come The Big Communities | Main | We Are Now Corporate Legit » January 10, 2008 Clearspace Alternatives I dont know if all of you know how blogs work on TypePad, but we all get a stats panel, and we can see where people are coming in. Ive gotten more than a few hits on "Clearspace alternatives" or similar, so I thought Id offer my thoughts on this. Yesterday we evaluated Clearspace and we are impressed.

Collaboration Loop - Jive Software Launches New Edition of Clearspace X

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Conference and as the team gears up preparing for the event I’ll be here on this blog providing you with updates about the conference, important information, special deals, and other relevant details we think you’d want to know about. Feb 20th, 2009 | Janetti Chon Crowdsourcing the Enterprise 2.0 Conference Session Since we build this conference for your attending pleasure, we want to hear from all of you which sessions are most appealing.

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A Journey In Social Media: Giving Back, And A Request For Help

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« Those Who Talk vs. Those Who Do | Main | A Big Upgrade » December 09, 2008 Giving Back, And A Request For Help Hi everyone! Posted by: Richard | December 11, 2008 at 01:52 AM What would I delete or change? Posted by: Anne Marie McEwan | December 11, 2008 at 04:35 AM Thanks, Anne Marie, for the feedback -- youre the first! Does Clearspace handle tasks well? Your Information (Name and email address are required.

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A Journey In Social Media: The Great Taxonomy Debate

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Even the test sandbox provided by Jive Software around Clearspace showed different functional organizations (marketing, HR, sales), each with their own community space. Going a bit farther, Clearspace supported a sophisticated tagging model. Weve made it really easy for anyone to start an informal discussion or community. Now, all of this is predicated on some fundamental (but essential) primitives in the Clearspace tool.

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

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Satmetrics (Formerly Informative) “Marketing 2.0 Informative provides interactive market solutions that engage customers and identify their top priorities.&# If you want more information, please feel free to contact me at tgaskins@davenw.com.

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A Journey In Social Media: We Are Now Corporate Legit

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Frank Hauck (the exec who leads the group I report into) spent 5 minutes or so showing screenshots from EMC|ONE (the name of our Clearspace-based platform). Tell me, in Clearspace would I have to have a blog in each community. Your Information (Name and email address are required.

Social Software Vendor Roundup

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Posted by: Sam Lawrence | December 05, 2007 at 09:07 PM Please add Crowd Factory to the Social Network Section. Posted by: Crowd Factory | December 06, 2007 at 12:47 PM Mike, Thanks for posting this. Eric Posted by: | December 06, 2007 at 01:46 PM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview. Your Information (Name and email address are required.

Forrester Wave Report: The Leaders in Community Platforms for Marketers (Part 4/4)

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A lot of my readers are looking for corporate solutions and I’m sure they’ll find it very informative. This should read ‘Clearspace’ I would imagine that the version number and release date are invalid as well.

A Journey In Social Media: Creating Context For New Users

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And People Tried To Use The New Tools One big no-no we have is simply copying authoritative content from other systems into our Clearspace environment. We dont want two (or more) authoritative copies of information floating around. We want our Clearspace-based environment to be a fun, friendly (yet a bit organized and disciplined) space. Your Information (Name and email address are required.

A Journey In Social Media: So Much For Taxonomies

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If youve looked at Clearspaces "home page", you can imagine the list of spaces scrolling down into infinity. Clearspace 2.0 in Clearspace 2.0 Your Information (Name and email address are required. A Journey In Social Media A journal about my personal thoughts regarding evolving a comprehensive social media strategy at a large company. « A Breakthrough In Taxonomy? Main | Taxonomies Again -- What Behavior Do We Want?

A Journey In Social Media: Developing Community Developers

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About three weeks ago, we put in a behind-the-firewall platform (Clearspace) and started to invite people to join discussions, blog, and -- hopefully -- develop powerful, interactive communities around passionate topics. The way weve implemented, and the platform we chose (Clearspace) has met this important objective. Your Information (Name and email address are required.

A Journey In Social Media: We Have Been Live One Week.

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Clearspace (deployed by our IT guys) was the choice. Instead, if someone wants to fool around, simply download a full version of Clearspace to your desktop, and experiment all you want. Your Information (Name and email address are required. A Journey In Social Media A journal about my personal thoughts regarding evolving a comprehensive social media strategy at a large company.

A Journey In Social Media: I Guess I Owe You An Update

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« Revolutionary Vs. Evolutionary | Main | Were Cool Now » December 07, 2007 I Guess I Owe You An Update Just realized itd been a while since I caught everyone up on how our little journey is going. We put up a behind-the-firewall platform (dubbed EMC ONE), built on Jives Clearspace, and went live back in late Sept. Its friendly, informal, not stuffy, constructive. Your Information (Name and email address are required.

Corporate Community Trend: Focus on People at Fast Wonder Blog: Consulting, Online Communities, and Social Media

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Jive Software also recently released a new version of Clearspace , and the major differences between this release and the previous ones are also focused on people with social networking and groups functionality leading the way. Most of these applications made it easy to find data, but difficult to find out any real information about the people behind the data. The information is still important, but I like seeing this shift toward people.

A Journey In Social Media: Dealing With Pirates

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Clearspace provides a great user experience. Your Information (Name and email address are required. Name is required to post a comment Please enter a valid email address Invalid URL Archives February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 May 2008 April 2008 My Other Blog My "Day Job" Blog Categories Subscribe to this blogs feed Blog powered by TypePad Background Info About This Site Lijit Search

A Journey In Social Media: And Now The Real Work Begins.

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The Ending Is Just The Beginning Its be easy to say "well, weve got our Clearspace platform up and running, so were done" Nothing could be farther than the truth. Your Information (Name and email address are required. A Journey In Social Media A journal about my personal thoughts regarding evolving a comprehensive social media strategy at a large company.

A Journey In Social Media: New Learnings Begin

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So, were developing a little informal methodology as we go along. This in fact would eliminate or almost eliminate any worry of creating multiple failures) Content facilitation is all about making the tools available to the external community - your clients and partners so that they can create the content easily and with intuitive, transparent technology (Clearspace). Your Information (Name and email address are required.

A Journey In Social Media: Taxonomies Again -- What Behavior Do We Want?

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And some are maybe so subtle they need more explanation: things like self-responsibility for organizing information, or not expecting that everything on the platform has been scrubbed for accuracy, or encouragement of diverse opinions and perspectives, and so on. Weve also got Clearspace 2.0 Or maybe even have preset dummy user configurations/sign-ins so that they can go see for themselves what kinds of different information each perspective sees.

A Journey In Social Media: On Conversational Collaboration

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Sure, we were pretty adept at pushing tons of information at each other. But -- no hype here -- were unified by our passions -- around information, around customers, around technologies and strategies, around competitors, around common challenges, and so on. For most everything else, the Clearspace implementation is now being used. Your Information (Name and email address are required.

A Journey In Social Media: Requests From The Community

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Pros: No endless, pointless taxonomy debates People are encouraged to explore a bit – experienced users have no problem finding what they want Bad community names and/or poor topics chosen have the expected results – no biggie Response time for new community formation is fast, since there’s no argument where something goes Communities are free to evolve in any direction they want, as they don’t live in a taxonomy Cons: Cluttered home page, a bit off-putting for new users – Clearspace 2.0

Ten leading platforms for creating online communities | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com

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Note that this also informs the Enterprise 2.0 ClearSpace Community from Jive Software has been getting a lot of attention lately, particularly with its popularity in the enterprise space. Trackback by Steve Dale online — December 8, 2008 @ 1:00 pm CMS vBulletin Q&A Module - To Ask/Answer Questions like Yahoo.

Hot Topics in Communities: Reputation Systems

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Jive’s Clearspace and Forums products have a reputation system built into the application awarding points for posting discussions, blogs, wiki documents, and correctly answering questions. Some people were very frustrated with the accumulation of high scores, the process of giving points, the information available with those points, the attribution of those points, and the various meanings people attributed to those points.

A Journey In Social Media: Organization Roles For Corporate Social Media

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She was a very fast learner, and figured out what was going on with Clearspace in a few days. Your Information (Name and email address are required. A Journey In Social Media A journal about my personal thoughts regarding evolving a comprehensive social media strategy at a large company. « Our Day Of Fame?

A Journey In Social Media: Avoiding The eRoom Debacle

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The Clearspace folks are pretty vocal on this, and Im seeing their point. We already had lots of places at EMC where people could share information privately (e.g. Funny how an information management company creates a mess -- like a plumber with leaky pikes at home. Your Information (Name and email address are required. A Journey In Social Media A journal about my personal thoughts regarding evolving a comprehensive social media strategy at a large company.

Community 2.0 Conference Notes: Day 3 " humantech

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conference held in Las Vegas, and the information was filtered through my ears, into my brain, and then out through my fingers to my keyboard. Conference information and details will be streamed to [link] Conference participants are encouraged to blog, tag and links content materials. Conference Day 3 General Overview: Another information packed day. They are creating tools to organize information — and subscribe people to channels.