Archive: May 28th, 2011

Generating Business Value from Social Networking and Enterprise 2.0

Generating Business Value from Social Networking and Enterprise 2.0

A few weeks ago I had the privilege of keynoting a conference in Slovenia about informatics. My presentation was all around how social and collaborative tools can provide business value within the enterprise. There were a couple of key points which I felt needed to be addressed.

Intranet vs Enterprise 2.0 vs Social Software: an obvious case of terminological controversy

Intranet vs Enterprise 2.0 vs Social Software: an obvious case of terminological controversy

Barb Mosher from CMSwire announced the results of their latest poll regarding the usage of collaboration tools in intranets. The actual findings were absolutely surprising. It turned to be that 16,3% of the respondents don’t have intranet in place, which is far more surprising taking into consideration that the CMSwire audience is extremely advanced in leveraging the advantages of Enterprise 2.0.

Enterprise 2.0: Why All Business Software Must Go Social

Enterprise 2.0: Why All Business Software Must Go Social

Enterprise 2.0 is a term that has moved from “think outside the box concept” into a mainstream staple. Many business leaders are trying to adopt the concept into day-to-day work – or at the very least are aware that it exists and want to learn more.