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Presence Is Too Important To Leave To UC Vendors

Collaborative Thinking

Many people consider presence to be a companion technology that goes along with instant messaging, telephony/VoIP, conferencing and mobile technologies. blog posts, bookmarks, status messages, calendar events) in a way that mimics consumer counterparts (e.g.,

Collaborative Thinking: Social Presence: Time To Push The Reset Button

Collaborative Thinking

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Socializing At Work - No Longer A Waste Of Time | Main | Should NewsGator Worry About Microsoft? Some tools would let you customize your status message. Presence makes too many assumptions (SIP/SIMPLE) and has a terrible data model. People are moving onto the next generation of presence (Social Presence) and looking at social networking as the new model (Facebook).

Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: What Ill Be Looking For

Collaborative Thinking

To-date, I have not been all that satisfied with the top-line messaging around Lotus Connections - I think it relied to much on the "expertise" card and was overly pitched to a CXO level audience. vendors become part of a broader Connections platform environment - wouldnt it be great to have Moveable Type of WordPress as blogging options - or to have Confluence or Socialtext as wiki options - or to have Attensa, KnowNow or NewsGator as feed syndication platform options?

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

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

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

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

The imprint of the industrial revolution, and its model of machine-based production efficiency, is still present today. So too is the bureaucratic model described by Max Weber. But what all of these models neglect is the older, more pervasive tradition of social networking in business. The rise of enterprise computing took on many of the ideas and models of the C20th corporation, and proceeded to further centralise and de-personalise the way we work in pursuit of efficiency.

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