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This post officially launches our first research report on the 19* applications vying to bring Twitteresque networking and communications inside the enterprise. Download the .pdf here or use Scribd to view, embed, share or download . You are welcome to share it freely within your organization and networks. Enterprise Micro Sharing Tools Comparison 11032008 Read All About Them (coverage of each application, from all around the web)
June 4, 2008 — Employers seeking to decrease interruptions may want to have their workers use instant messaging software, a new study suggests. A recent study by researchers at Ohio State University and University of California, Irvine found that workers who used instant messaging on the job reported less interruption than colleagues who did not. The study challenges the widespread belief that instant messaging leads to an increase in disruption. Some researchers have speculated that workers would use instant messaging in addition to the phone and e-mail, leading to increased interruption and reduced productivity. Instead, research showed that instant messaging was often used as a substitute for other, more disruptive forms of communication such as the telephone, e-mail, and face-to-face conversations. Using instant messaging led to more conversations on the computer, but the conversations were briefer, said R.
Use the current Google hosted version of ESS here A simple, open source GAE project to allow enterprise users to maintain one single social graph. The goal is to explore and learn how Google App Engine can enable enterprise cloud computing.
Wednesday, November 21, 2007 by admin I’m pleased to announce that MWD’s new report, Ideals and reality: understanding the context for your enterprise collaboration strategy , is now available for free download from our website. The report offers our perspective on the role of technology in enterprise collaboration, and highlights the key issues facing organisations looking to implement collaborative working practices.
« The loose ties that bind | Main | Google Transit Authority » March 09, 2007 Artificial intelligence guru Danny Hillis has launched an early version of the first major Web 3.0 application.