+400 Enterprise 2.0 products
Whoa, Todd Stevphens compiled an extensive list – good to have, but with all downsides that come with it like extreme puzzledness and headaches for the reader upon seeing Blogger (Google) included in the list as well as Twiki classified as Open Source.
Strange too, that he missed out on Knowledge Plaza but Greg commented and corrected quickly. Oh the benefits of social media monitoring (and you know it doesn’t suffice to search for your name alone, he).
2 Types of Collaboration & 10 Requirements for Achieving Them – Part #3
The 2 Types of Collaboration series by Oracle’s Billy Cripe is getting interesting – in #3 he’s writing about usage and context patterns, what makes business intelligence 2.0 interesting and more.
I say it’s not the data, it’s meaning and the wisdom that comes from interpreting and understanding … yes, we’re talking about social acts here, benefits that are sometimes underestimated when thinking about collaborative performance – all the while clever thoughts here from Billy, who still manages to call all this ECM
Wavetank — everything collaboration
[EN] this is a newly minted german language blog on Google Wave – tagline “everything collaboration”
Anticipating Sharepoint 2010: Making Enterprise Foundations More Flexible?
Well … Oliver has some good points – Sharepoint indeed builds up an infrastructure to build upon. But it’s more about getting a more widely distributed understanding of collaboration, Enterprise 2.0 and probably some increased market readiness. I guess that’s something at least …
[more pointy remarks on http://frogpond.posterous.com/anticipating-sharepoint-2010-making-enterpris
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