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Mr. Popularity and Your Enterprise 2.0 Community

Let's do an experiment. Take five minutes and do a quick search of your organization's blogs, microblogs, wikis, and forums that are available behind your firewall - and then let me know what the most popular topics are. Do they involve "social media," "Web 2.0," ...

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When Content Crosses Firewalls

Documents cross firewalls all the time, as downloads from web sites , portals, FTP sites, email attachments , etc. Why should a CIO worry about this? It’s under control, right? After all, the networks and desktops are locked down tight right? In actual fact I’ll bet...

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Drive for Show, Putt for Dough – a Lesson for Enterprise 2.0 Platforms

Ever hear the phrase “Drive for Show, Putt for Dough?” It’s time-honored sports cliche that refers to the oohs and ahhs that a huge golf drive off the tee will elicit from the crowd. However, despite all the attention a big drive gets and hundreds of dollars a good driver...

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Dear IT Guy, Can You Actually Use the Tool You’re Creating?

Do the top developers for Google’s Android operating system use Blackberries? Do the IT guys developing Windows 7 use Macs? Do the folks at WordPress use Blogger to host their personal blogs? These are purposely ridiculous questions – wouldn’t the best developers use...

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Is The Line Between Inside and Outside The Firewall Getting Blurry?

Is it just me or is the line between inside and outside of the firewall getting blurrier. As marketing and PR departments reach out via social media and employees are connecting on Facebook and Twitter when internal alternatives don't exist, are we sure there still is an 'inside the...

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Why Don't People Like Me?

"So I started this blog like you told me, but I haven't gotten any comments." "I moved our meeting agendas/minutes to the wiki, but no one seems to care." "Where's this 'mass collaboration' that you guys are always preaching?" ...

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