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HomeServerSync - Home Page Download details: SyncToy 2.1 Important! Selecting a language below will dynamically change the complete page content to that language. <a id="b7777d05-f9ee-bedd-c9b9-9572b26f11d1" target="_self" class="mscom-link download-button dl" data-bi-cN="download" data-bi-cT="link" data-bi-dlnm="SyncToy 2.1" data-bi-dlid="15155" data-bi-bhvr="41" data-bi-id="downloadlink" data-bi-containerName="Download container" href="confirmation.aspx?id=15155" bi:track="false"> Download </a> SyncToy 2.1 is a free application that synchronizes files and folders between locations. Note: There are multiple files available for this download. Supported Operating System Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP Microsoft .NET Framework v2.0 1GHz Intel P3 processor or equivalent 256MB RAM, 512MB RAM recommended 20MB free disk space Download SyncToy by clicking on the Download button below.SyncToy Installation Notes:Upgrade: - If upgrading from an earlier version of SyncToy (e.g.

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Collaborative Thinking While enterprise social networking has been covered extensively in the media and by IT analyst firms, one of the least discussed aspects of the topic has been the issue of design and the potential impact of design on employee adoption of such tools and applications. At the June Enterprise 2.0 Boston conference, I presented a session, “Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks: Identity, Graphs, Streams & Social Objects”, in hopes of drawing attention to the issue and to spark conversation around design practices. The session did not focus on any particular user interface (UI) technique or product implementation (e.g., e-mail, community site, social collaboration platform, etc.). Affordance-centered designSocial theory and designWork and personal valueBlended user experiencePsychology of adoptionEnterprise architecture The list of items whose success or failure in the market can be attributed to good or bad design is long and diverse.

Sacred Cow Dung: All Things Web 2.0 - &quot;THE LIST&quot; « QUOTE OF THE WEEK: "Bad Code is Good Business" | Sacred Cow Dung Home | High-Performance Social Networking - Part II: The Natural Life-Cycle of a Personal Network » March 10, 2006 All Things Web 2.0 - "THE LIST" The most current listings are now available as a continuously updated Open Directory at “All Things Web 2.0 – The Directory” — cgm (08/16/06) Last night I was talking with Bob Stumpel who runs the Web 2.0 Group on OpenBC. Everything Web 2.0 by Bob Stumpel, et al 360yahoo - Blogging. [ The italicized entries are ones which I added or “fixed” — cgm ] Related Links Posted by cmayaud at 02:06 PM | Permalink| Comments (145) Del.icio.us Tagging | Digg This | Posted to COMtent | DIRECTORIES | LISTS | SOFTWARE IT | Web 2.0 Hi, I just wanted to respond to the category that Vyew.com is posted under. In fact, Vyew is a free, web-based collaboration site that provides a feature-rich meeting room with real-time, whiteboard functionality. Thanks, Fred Posted by: Fred Han at March 16, 2006 06:46 PM

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