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My brain is full after spending most of the week at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference.
Posted: June 4th, 2008 | Author: Jevon | Filed under: Enterprise 2.0 | 15 Comments » My use of the term “Drag Queens” to describe some enterprise software companies was outed today by Vinnie. What did I mean when I said “old enterprise companies dressing up like a pretty E2.0 babe”
Posted by Tom Davenport on February 19, 2008 1:18 PM
I have been experimenting with a few Web 2.0 tools at work over the last few months.
Register now or sign in using your IBM ID and password This webcast overviews Info 2.0 and gives a technical demo of how to quickly build an enterprise mashup.
by This is become more and more of an obvious trend to look out for: A twitter clone in the Enterprise. Some early tools are now sprouting up to enable cheap low-risk deployments of the necessary tools.
I often hear from wiki champions inside organizations that "It's hard to get people to use wikis". There's something right about that comment, but also something wrong. I'll explain why.
by Charles Armstrong
Over the last year, we have witnessed the continuation of the steady movement of the mostly consumer-driven Web 2.0 phenomenon into the workplace that began as a trickle in 2006. Blogs, wikis, social bookmarking, social networking, end-user mashups, and even prediction markets saw their largest entry yet into businesses and institutions around the world. The platform wars may start to return in 2008 as Web 2.0 ideas taught companies how to turn an open platform into competitive advantage. The more technical side of Web 2.0 also began to see maturity as businesses started to rethink their service-oriented architectures to be more Web-like and the rich Internet application industry added many major new building blocks and platforms that push the envelope in terms of the kinds of interactive experiences the Web is able to deliver.
IBM demoed its enterprise 2.0 experiments Tuesday including its On Demand Workplace--an application that's part intranet, part Facebook and part Web service that becomes an interface to legacy systems. IBM executives held court with a handful of bloggers, writers and analysts at its New York offices. The presentations, currently underway, are led by CIO Mark Hennessy and focus on enabling innovation and redesigning the workplace so every employee can contribute ideas and utilizing Web 2.0 concepts. Big Blue's challenge: Herding and harnessing 372,000 employees.
Hewlett-Packard will apparently need close to two months to start fulfilling backorders for the (temporarily) revived TouchPad tablet.
Gartner Group published a report titled Magic Quadrant for Team Collaboration and Social Software (ID#G00151493) this week.
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