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TLE-2007: Attending IBM’s Technology Leadership Exchange – Social Computing in the Enterprise, Where Art Thou?
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Evolving Social Bookmarking Tools for the Corporate Markets – Towards Enterprise Social Software Adoption
In a recent follow up post from Dennis McDonald, regarding a weblog post I created last Friday commenting on the second episode of the podcast I did with the Shortcuts team around social bookmarking, he actually gets to share some interesting comments that I thought would be really worth while[…]
Like I have mentioned yesterday, it’s been a few days already since I jumped the shark and joined the bunch of early adopters who have been hammering down, and taking for a spin, the latest iteration of Google to get social with Google Plus, right after Google Wave and Google[…]
Over the last couple of days, two rather interesting, and noteworthy, articles over at Technology Review, written rather nicely by Erica Naone, have been making the rounds out there on Social Web around Enterprise 2.0 and the successful transformation of becoming a social business altogether and I thought I would spend[…]
I have mentioned already a couple of times how my first contact with social software tools inside IBM, my current employer, was around the year 2000, when one of the communities I still belong to (And still one of my favourite ones, too!) decided to put together a wiki where[…]