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It's nearly official at this point: 2012 is the year consumerization upset the enterprise. That's certainly not to say that there won't be any non-consumer innovation in the enterprise this year, but it is limited in comparison and much smaller... Read More..
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It's been a few years now since Enterprise 2.0 first arrived on the scene as a concept, back in 2006. At the time -- and even now -- the premise was compelling: As social media became a primary means of... Read More..
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Earlier this month a great piece by Dan Schawbel appeared in Forbes on the topic of the ever-expanding discussion on how the business world is transitioning to social media. Not only is it clear that the consumer world is moving... Read More..
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While many organizations are still ascending the early portion of the ladder of enterprise social media adoption, a growing number of efforts are becoming increasingly organized at a strategic level. In both my research and work in the field, I've... Read More..
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Over the last few weeks, several important parallel threads in social collaboration have begun flowing together at long last, though still a little uneasily yet. From this discussion I believe there's a real chance to address some long-standing social business... Read More..
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As businesses begin looking strategically at big data as a way to improve their business performance, an important element of their efforts will be in the burgeoning capability of social analytics. I've been analyzing this space for a while and... Read More..
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While social networks are still just getting their sea legs in most organizations, the next big leap forward -- in addition to social analytics -- is likely to be the integration of our productivity and line of business apps into... Read More..
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One of the interesting side effects of the pervasiveness of technology today is that work in general is becoming so digital that it sometimes completely disappears from sight. By this I mean it's trapped within our e-mail systems, IT systems,... Read More..
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The CIO of today tends to be one more focused on the business and less on technology than in years past. Whether they're an activist CIO pushing for change or more concerned about the status quo, the consensus at the... Read More..
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One of the questions that comes up all too frequently when discussing social collaboration in the enterprise these days is the (still) infamous ROI question. Sometimes this is because the various manifestations of Enterprise 2.0 and social intranets haven't gone... Read More..
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Joe McKendrick: Part II of II: Designing Evolve-ability into SOA and IT Systems

In part two of Joe McKendrick's recent podcast with Miko Matsumura, chief strategist for Software AG, they talk about how SOA and IT systems need to change and grow and adapt with the organization around it.

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Phil Wainewright: Helping Brands Engage with Social Media

Phil Wainewright interviews David Vap, VP of products at RightNow Technologies, and finds out how sharing best practices can help businesses understand how best to engage with online communities.

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