Archive: June 7th, 2011

Enterprise Collaboration: Moving from Need-to-Know to Need-to-Share

Enterprise Collaboration: Moving from Need-to-Know to Need-to-Share

Enterprise collaboration is about tapping the latent knowledge and information of the enterprise to connect people, processes and content. In the Web 2.0 world, you may recognize this as “Crowdsourcing”. In the Enterprise 2.0 world, this is the heart of enterprise collaboration. However, buzzwords and abstract concepts are better understood if illustrated. So, let’s take a look at two project collaboration scenarios involving the same manager.

Putting Business on the Path to Social: The 3 Keys to Community

Putting Business on the Path to Social: The 3 Keys to Community

As businesses embrace social media technologies, the ability to interact with communities has dramatically increased. Enterprise 2.0 may have started as a way of linking people to each other but has quickly expanded into a way to engage entire communities. This is both wonderful and terrible.

Social_enterprise_usage

Описание любого продукта на абстрактном уровне, как правило, приводит к неопределенному, размытому описанию. Тем более это касается такого сложного продукта как социальная сеть.

Web100.SENT

Web100.SENT

Новая фаза развития Интернет приложений, позволяющая пользователям делиться информацией, самим генерировать контент сайтов и в целом – взаимодействовать (то есть все то, что называется сейчас Web2.0) так же создала возможности реализовать эти прогрессивные подходы в приложениях для предприятий. Вновь созданный тип платформ для предприятий получил название Enterprise 2.0.

As collaboration goes social, where will it thrive?

As collaboration goes social, where will it thrive?

Recently at Lotusphere 2011 IBM analyst Carol Gavin turned heads when she underscored the vast size of the still somewhat nascent social collaboration market. It is at least $100 billion, and perhaps more. While Enterprise 2.0, and more recently Social Business, have been the talk of many in the industry the last few years, the perceived importance of better collaboration via social media has never been more acute.

Will your company ignore your social media strategy?

Will your company ignore your social media strategy?

The problem with having a social media strategy is it becomes a guideline for other people to do more work, which is engage in social media. The reason your social media strategy sucked before is because no one was willing to actually engage in social media.

Building a Social Intranet

Building a Social Intranet

No, you don’t start with technology. In fact, an intranet has more to do with people and process than technology.

The True Nature of a Social Intranet

The True Nature of a Social Intranet

On the surface, a social intranet might seem to be just an intranet dressed up in rounded corners and pastel colors and with features such as blogs, wikis, activity feeds, ratings, profiles and tagging. Yet, the difference between a social intranet and a traditional intranet is far more profound than that.