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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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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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Just in case you've been spending time on a deserted island, you might not know that the Web these days has been moving rapidly towards a profoundly more social and interconnected version of itself. It was just over a year... Read More..
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The rate of change in the IT industry has increased dramatically in recent years, just as overall technological change has moved ahead even faster. Such is the pace that it's been imposing a disruptive forward drag on enterprises for several... Read More..
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I've been bullish for several years now on the potential of using open APIs as a new channel to the online business world, in particular using them to scale up new business relationships quickly and cost-effectively. Internet technology has made... Read More..
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The data that our businesses own has become the name of the game when it comes to what ultimately lies at the core of economic value today, now seemingly more than ever before. We appear to be entering the era... Read More..
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Even through the downturn the pace of change in the technology landscape in the last several years has moved at a breakneck pace. Transformations in the marketplace itself as well as major new trends in culture and society are putting... Read More..
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