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podcast - james dellow - enterprise rss action day

Engineers without Fears

Really Simple Syndication 9:50 - So what about Enterprise RSS? Today I interviewed James Dellow about the Enterprise RSS Day of Action. Download the podcast here (8Mb, 32:54) 2:00 - Andrew McAfee & SLATES - Enterprise 2.0 is about more than just wikis. 3:05 - Grey Areas - when social software isn't "social". 5:30 - What is RSS? 11:40 - What are the benefits of Enterprise RSS? the elevator pitch is longer than 30 seconds) 14:30 - How will it impact the behaviour of users?

Collaborative Thinking: Building A Robust Feed Syndication Platform

Collaborative Thinking

» March 15, 2008 Building A Robust Feed Syndication Platform Interesting case study of NewsGators SaaS-based offering. IBM, Microsoft, Oracle) understand feed syndication and continue to treat it as an application decision. Solution Overview [link] Customer Size: 65 employees Organization Profile Based in Denver, Colorado, NewsGator Technologies develops and markets solutions for the aggregation and viewing of Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds.

Collaborative Thinking: Info 2.0: Harnessing the power of Web 2.0 and Enterprise Mashups

Collaborative Thinking

Mashup Hub is not a feed syndication platform (e.g., The talking points made it sound like it was a real feed server and its not really at that level of completeness, positioning what IBM is doing with managing feeds vs. other solutions in the market should have been made more clear. For Burton Group clients, we recently published a reference architecture template document on the architectural components of a feed syndication platform.

BT Web 2.0 adoption case study « Inside out

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

They are, in essence, simple content management systems. Figure 2 - MyPages Technology in a twist It’s ironic that the thing that social media is best known for, namely simple and cheap technology, is the one thing that we have struggled with most.

Using social technologies to aid communities

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Develop a “community toolbox” • Have a suite of “approved” tools for communities, but keep them simple • Clearly position the tools – say “what they do.”