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Farewell 2 oh

“Enterprise 2.0” was a logical extension, since it meant the implementation of Web 2.0 in companies. But things like “Office 2.0,” “Mobile 2.0” and even “Government 2.0” merely tried to tailgate on the popularity of 2.0, without really incorporating the deeper meaning of the original concept

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Web 2.0 and Enterprise E2.0 โ€“ in Plain English

Enterprise 2.0: Web 2.0 for B usiness Since the terms Enterprise 2.0 (E2.0) and Web 2.0 are often used interchangeably without a crisp understanding of the difference, let us now define E2.0: Enterprise 2.0 is the application of Web 2.0 technologies to workers using collaborative software within an organization or business

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

They are examples of creative thinking powered by Enterprise 2.0 strategies that can supply value to any organization

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Decline of Web 2.0 Pure Plays - Power of Low Friction Interaction

Just as the automobile industry underwent massive consolidation once some common practices were established around manufacturing, Web 2.0 has seen massive consolidation around functionality like tagging, profiles, news - now inherent to the social web. This is witnessesed in a series of statistics highlighted in Niall Harbison's recent post " The Decline of Web 2.0 "

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5 Lessons for Enterprise 2.0 Success from Digg, Reddit and Slashdot

Are we missing one of the most important parts of Web 2.0 in our enterprises?...They highlight trends in social behavior around many initiatives that organizations are undertaking with Enterprise 2.0

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Selected social media governance resources

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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A Little Bit About Me

As I now delve further into topics such as ECM, ECM 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, BPM, Knowledge Management, Collaboration, and many more interlinked areas of focus, I am realizing a new appreciation for the depth and breadth of available content and for the passion and spirited discourse of those who seem to care deeply about using and exploiting technologies & process to empower organizations. I see a small irony that the capabilities of Web 2.0, via interactive blogs, electronic social interaction, wikis, and the like, have provided the platform that makes content so much more compelling because much of it is written, validated, and contested by the stakeholders who know best

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Dinner in Charleston

I was armed with Web 2.0 technologies via my iPhone and Yelp and Google...Based on all of this, we decided to re-open the search and begin with Web 2.0 sources rather than sources as our guide

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Get With the Flow

The task of re-designing the annual competition processes for MITRE’s Research Program using an enterprise Web 2.0 innovation management platform provided a unique opportunity to use Csikzentmihalyi’s conditions of Flow as a framework for "optimizing" the competition experience

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Social Business Virtual Event: Andy MacMillan, Today's Successful Businesses are Social Businesses

Oracle is a proud sponsor of the AIIM Social Business Virtual Conference scheduled for September 8, 2011. What is a Social Business Virtual Conference? It's an opportunity to hear from thought leaders on the state of social business, and how they see organizations taking advantage of this...

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