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OutStart’s Participate Enables the Social Side of Enterprise Work Processes

Portals and KM

It integrates social networking, collaboration, and knowledge sharing technologies in a secure managed environment. It integrates with Microsoft Office for the contribution of desktop content. This latter feature can be a useful way to keep track of the pulse of the organization.

Changing IT Mindsets From Deployment To Adoption

Collaborative Thinking

Almost every widely deployed technology today that has failed to meet expectations over time, at one point was revered as the answer to our problems (productivity suites, content management systems, “groupware”, search, portals, etc.). Within many organizations, the plan-build-run philosophy still frames our view of IT – once a system is implemented (i.e., When it comes to collaboration, knowledge management, and E2.0

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eXo Provides Cloud Workspaces to Enable Flexible Social Intranets

Portals and KM

For the last eight years, eXo has been selling its comprehensive on-premise collaboration platform to large organizations. Here you can see a sample screen from the enterprise wiki as mentioned below.

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Collaborative Thinking: Socializing At Work - No Longer A Waste Of Time

Collaborative Thinking

Many organizations, as a result, foster a leadership, decision-making and information-sharing environment that values certain types of management activities and styles (e.g., Often, these management actions focus heavily on activities that optimize the efficiency and effectiveness aspects of its products and services. Corresponding management styles often created overly restrictive walled gardens that limit cross-functional interaction and information stovepipes.

Collaborative Thinking: Socialtext Releases SocialPoint

Collaborative Thinking

Asterisk » October 31, 2006 Socialtext Releases SocialPoint This could be the smartest yet made by an emerging wiki company, or a simple matter of good "marketecture" Ill follow-up with Peter OKelly (our resident wiki guru) and post a more conclusive opinion but questions in my mind are: How does this integrate with the underlying content management system of SharePoint 2007?

Compliance Doesn't Sell E2.0. But It Should

Collaborative Thinking

Compliance-related features are lagging (which is normal) but some of the gaps are showstoppers for some organizations and need to become a higher priority by vendors selling social platforms - one option is to partner with vendors already delivering compliance and security-related tools for more traditional collaboration, communication, and content management systems. Mike Gotta, a senior analyst at Burton Group Inc.,

Green Chameleon » The Technology Question in KM Tools

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about The Technology Question in KM Tools In my recent posts I was rather focusing on some soft factors of implementing knowledge related activities, like suggestions for organising your knowledge or on how to promote knowledge management initiatives. In my years in working in collaboration, networking, records management, etc.

News Updates (October 23, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Red Hill Law Group is using BrightCom video conferencing equipment to create a telepresence solution for multi-site collaboration. " Red Hill Law Group lawyers can share information by posting images, documents and video in real time. Users log in to meetings through the Web via laptops, desktops and ClearView conferencing systems. In addition, users can share Web browser links and offer content across multiple screens. Wikis in Business. Telepresence in Law.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Build your community today and start generating incremental revenue from user generated content.&# technologies – blogs, wikis, discussion groups, social networking, podcasts, RSS, tagging, photos, videos, mapping, etc. with security, control, and content moderation.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Dave Pollards papers on business innovation & knowledge management Friday, May 29, 2009 A Practical Guide to Implementing Web 2.0 (aka aka Social Networking Tools) in Your Organization BLOG A Practical Guide toImplementing Web 2.0 (aka So what are you, as the manager leading a Web 2.0

News Updates (March 10, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

The Breeze environment integrates an intranet, portal, and extranet and contains more than forty-plus business applications and processes that flow across 7 departments of an organization. The services that were included in Clearspace — such as shared documents, blogs, project management, and customers comments — are now part of Foundation, the core SBS product. In the same organization, however, the employees with the most cohesive face-to-face networks were 30% more productive.

Circling Around To KM

Collaborative Thinking

Because there's no mention of blogs, wikis, social networks, Enterprise 2.0 Technology is the tail wagging the dog when it comes to knowledge management - it always has been. search, content management, portals. It began with search and content management systems, then portals, and now it's rooted in social software (if one limits social software to blogs, wikis, tags/bookmarks, feeds and social networking). Excellent (the post below).

Green Chameleon » Folksonomies and Rich Serendipity

Green Chameleon

What makes folksonomic tagging activity different from “free text” keywords entered into optional metadata fields by publishers of content into content management systems? I can do a random search on Delicious or Flickr and find a piece of content I like.

Personal tech configuration as steward’s springboard

Digital Habitats

I also wondered if it would be worth organizing them in the categories of “use&# I used in the previous post. Getting stuff (search, content, etc.). However, most of my email lists and social media accounts use Gmail so I can keep my other inbox manageable.

The social media I use

Nancy White

I also wondered if it would be worth organizing them in the categories of “use&# I used in the previous post. Getting stuff (search, content, etc.). However, most of my email lists and social media accounts use Gmail so I can keep my other inbox manageable.

BT Web 2.0 adoption case study « Inside out

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

But what happens when you bring these tools into the constrained, policy-driven, risk-averse world of the corporate intranet where the user population is small, where expressing oneself as an individual and on a personal level can feel threatening, and where management is watching your every move?

Green Chameleon » Building Information Neighbourhoods

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Building Information Neighbourhoods Yesterday I sat in a meeting where an IT manager was outlining his organisation’s strategy for overcoming information confusion.

Open Source Social Network Software List

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

iSocial is a free social networking Content Management System software, allowed to create your own social network like Friendster and Orkut. U can use bookmarking, dating and create groups easy. Mahara is software for electronic portfolio, blog, resume builder, and social networking system with user facilities connected users and create online community. GetBoo is bookmarking system, both social (with tags) and private (with folders).

Can Web 2.0 Evolve Into an Enterprise Technology? - SaaS - Network Computing

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Growing Pains Wikis, mashups, social networking, even Second Life can have a place in business, but they need to improve legacy interoperability—and IT needs to overcome its skepticism. Introduction Wiki Wishlist A Social Enterprise Network? While theres a lot of hype and hubris surrounding wikis, mashups and social networking, theres also a lot of real innovation—much of it coming from increasingly tech-savvy business staff, not the IT department.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Community

LDAP Live ID openid Lightweight Service Models Mashups Enterprise Mashups Situational Software Network Effects Open APIs Products Rich Internet Applications (RIA) Ajax SaaS SOA Business Process Management Global SOA Governance Orchestration Web-Oriented Architecture (WOA) WS-* Social Computing Social Software Community Customer Community Grassroots Community Social Media Social Networking Tolerance Continuum Web 2.0

Instant Communities: List of companies that provide Web Collaboration Suites or Platforms

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Collaboration tools and social features Common features, but are not limited to, include: forums, wikis, blogs, media, rss, aggregation homepages, presence, instant messaging, and ability to connect to identity systems such as LDAP/Active Directory. formerly Twisted Systems, Inc.)

Tomoye: Bringing Web 2.0 to Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

tools are focused on team collaboration and project management and execution. Tomoye is different as it maintains its focus on the extended group/ community collaboration that is more theme based that project based. The system is.net based so it hooks with Sharepoint.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

aka Social Networking Tools) in Your Organization BLOG A Practical Guide toImplementing Web 2.0 (aka So what are you, as the manager leading a Web 2.0 initiative, ITdepartment or KM group, to do? How do you decidewhich ones are best for your organization?

Getting started with enterprise social networking :: Blog :: Headshift

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Conversely, in the enterprise tools space, users are of secondary importance and therefore there are few evolutionary pressures that can improve the generally poor quality tools and systems that IT departments force on the business. By contrast, Frederick Taylors 1911 theory of scientific management seems positively modern. A good place to start might be some kind of internal directory or personal profiles, perhaps integrating with corporate Active Directory or LDAP systems.

The FASTForward Blog » Why the Future of Corporate Computing is ‘Informal’ : Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Design Thinking , Barriers , Enterprise 2.0 , Enterprise Software , Facebook , IT Department , Information Management , Messy World , Social Computing , Web 2.0 Social networking applications will be part of the informal organization (collaborative and non-hierarchical), versus the way software has traditionally been applied within the formal organization (very hierarchical, procedure oriented, highly political).

BT Web 2.0 adoption case study " Inside out

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

But what happens when you bring these tools into the constrained, policy-driven, risk-averse world of the corporate intranet where the user population is small, where expressing oneself as an individual and on a personal level can feel threatening, and where management is watching your every move?

The FASTForward Blog » Serena has Adopted Facebook as Their Intranet: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Serena is really replacing its existing intranet with Facebook as a front end linked to a low-cost content management system behind the firewall. They established a private Facebook group for Serena employees and they built a few simple custom Facebook apps to better enable intranet functions. In each case you learn about the people providing the information through their Facebook profiles, and not simply the content, itself.