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The real-time web

Today I'd like to talk about "the real-time web"...So what does this mean for the web ?...For the enterprise, the real-time web is already a reality...Content governance is also an issue in the real-time web

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The Web Isn't Dead Yet

A similar thing is going on right now with social media and the web...We are on the dawn of the mobile area with Web 2.0 in its twilight. The web may be on life support, but it isn't dead yet

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Does the Social Web Benefit any Organization? Absolutely - If they are Smart

Take the Social Web Inward Thinking of social technologies exclusively in the realm of customer service within popular commercial web networks definitely limits the utility that is available for any business

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How Do People Search for Information on Mobile Phones

Many now have unlimited data plans with 3G Internet to access a whole range of Web services. For example, over 25% of the U.S. population are "mobile-only", i.e. they almost never use a PC or laptop to access the Web

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Selected social media governance resources

IBM Center for The Business of Government, 2010 Link "Best Practice Study of Social Media Records Policies", ACT-IAC Collaboration & Transformation Shared Interest Group, March 2011 Link (PDF) Guideline for Outsourcing Records Storage to the Cloud, ARMA International, 2010 Link ANSI/ARMA 18-2011, "Implications of Web-Based, Collaborative Technologies in Records Management" Link FINRA Regulatory Notice 10-06, "Social Media Websites: Guidance on Blogs and Social Networking Web Sites", January 2010 Link (PDF) “Electronic Records Management: Blogs, Wikis, Facebook, Twitter, & Managing Public Records”, Washington State Archives, September 2009 Link (PDF) “Managing Social Media Records”, U.S. Department of Energy, September 2010 Link (PDF) “Guidance on Social Networking”, Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records, June 2010 Link (PDF) NARA Bulletin 2011-02, “Guidance on Managing Records in Web 2.0/Social Media Platforms”, October 2010 Link “A Report on Federal Web 2.0 Use and Value”, National Archives and Records Administration, 2010 Link (PDF) Compliance Building Social Media Policies Database Link 57 Social Media Policy Examples and Resources Link Web 2.0 Governance Policies and Best Practices Link Social Media Governance policy database Link “Analysis of Social Media Policies: Lessons and Best Practices”, Chris Boudreaux, December 2009 Link #web2.0 #ERM #socialmedia #ElectronicRecordsManagement #SocialBusiness #Records-Management

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Social and the Information Lifecycle

Publishing content in a web site, a blog, wiki, or portal on the public web or within enterprise systems like SharePoint has been happening for well over a decade. And we all have witnessed the web change publishing from few to many in a fast, cheap, and efficient manner in the forms of video, pictures, wikis, blogs, web sites, forums, etc

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Enterprise 2.0 Collaboration – Skip the Separate Investment

Isn’t this blog about Web 2.o?...Therefore, making a separate investment in detached Web 2.0 tools is rarely the optimal path to success, and often leads to dust-ware

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Silver Bullet - Real Social Networking Enterprise Value

Let’s take a look at the breakdown of the difference between what happens on the commercial web vs the enterprise to frame this discussion. Commercial Within the commercial web people are seeking social connections

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Using SharePoint 2010’s Social Bookmarking with MOSS 2007

The easiest way to do this is probably using a content editor web part, but you could also create a server control or custom web part to emit this JavaScript to the page

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Social is a Feature of Software You Already Use In Your Enterprise

The second is that social computing or social software in actuality means “social media,” a loosely-defined term for generally free, unreliable, interesting, casual, silly Web 2.0 technologies that may or may not be useful in an enterprise

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