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How to choose the Right Collaboration Platform for your Business?

Enterprise Collaboration solutions have been termed as Game Changers and are in huge demand. Leading Analysts like IDC have predicted the Enterprise Collaboration Software Market to grow at ~40% YOY and become a $4.3 bn market by 2016 . This in-turn has encouraged a lot of product vendors to...

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Is there a place for personal groups in a business social platform?

One of the most hotly debated issues around deploying social collaboration technologies inside an organisation is the question of whether to allow the creation of personal groups alongside business-focused groups. For many senior execs, this issue represents their greatest fear from allowing...

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Why no-one uses the company intranet

Ah, the intranet. One of those great ideas that somehow never quite lived up to expectations, right? An internal, private online environment designed to be to the enterprise what the Internet was to the outside world - a place for sharing information and communication. Since the first intranets...


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The Adoption Peak and why it’s not a good thing

The last couple of years have been thrilling times for social software within the enterprise. Several case studies showed the positive impact social software had on businesses around the world. Most of these early adopters were sure that their first steps into social software would soon be...

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What Kind of Online Community Do You Have Behind Your Firewall?

As CIOs and Chief Knowledge Officers bring tools that have been used on the Internet – blogs, wikis, microblogs, profiles – behind the firewall, they tend to expect the same results. "We'll have our own Wikipedia!" Or Facebook…or Twitter – you name it....

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The Enterprise of the Future [# e20] - virtual, how far?

I had the opportunity a few months ago, to revive a debate on the subject of the extended enterprise and relevance of corporate social networks in support of the animation of the ecosystem of organizations. Reflections about the company's future are daily fed by new ideas and experiences...

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Least Content Denominator

It's 1997 and you just saw the future: your food service specials in your corporate cafeteria for the coming week. Now it's 2004 and the read/writing is on the wall: your file server has been retrofitted into its sparkling new webified front-end. Leapfrog to 2008 and HR's telling...

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Casual SharePoint Friday on My Mind

There are fashionistas and clothes horsemen. Then there are people who suit up on game day without a clue. Yes, I'm referring to shuffling office park jetsetters like me who answer fashion statements with CSS padding properties. How you dress says as much about who you expect to see you...

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Creativity: Better in Idea Form than in Practice?

Last week the online business Journal Knowledge at Wharton alerted its readers to a fascinating new management study that creativity is delivered better as a lip service than on listening mode. Actually, that's my own leap. The piece says that corporate America is much better at promoting...

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Employee Engagement Should Be a Social Business Goal

I am convinced that social business technology can be a major part of a company’s efforts to increase employee engagement. The connections seem very clear to me. 4 Key Engagement Principles Terrence Seamon , a Training & Organization Development consultant, posted a video to...

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