Tags: elsua, ITtoolbox, Knowledge Management, KM, Wikis, Cultural Change, Remote Collaboration, Collaboration, Skype, VoIP, Real-Time Collaboration, KM Barriers, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Social Media, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, ClaimID, Identity 2.0, IBM, KM Strategy, Videocasting, Vodcasting, Vodcasts Here I am again sharing with you some further notes on some of the most popular … Continue reading A Weekly Glimpse of elsua – The Knowledge Management Blog – Weeks 49 and 50
Tags: GreaterIBM, IBM, ibm.com, Social Networking, Social Computing, Social Software, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Web 3.0, Enterprise 3.0, Second Life, Virtual Worlds, Metaverse, Virtual Bloc Party There is no denying that as of late plenty of things have actually been happening in IBM around the subject of Social Computing and Social Software. Check out, for … Continue reading GreaterIBM on ibm.com: The Network Hub
Tags: IBM, GreaterIBM, Social Networking, Social Computing, Social Software, Social Networking Tools, LinkedIn, openBC, XING, Second Life, Jerry Bowles, Enterprise Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 You would remember how some time ago, a few months back, actually, I created a weblog post where I shared some details on an upcoming initiative from IBM related to Social … Continue reading LinkedIn: So Popular Nobody Goes There Anymore? – Well, GreaterIBM Is Now There, Too!
Tags: elsua, ITtoolbox, Software, Knowledge Management, KM, KM Barriers, IBM TV, Corporate Blogging, Corporate Blogs, Enterprise Blogs, Instant Messaging, IM, KM Strategy, Vyew, BlinkList, Social Bookmarking, Learning Oh dear, I actually thought that I had shared a weblog post last week where I was sharing the weekly glimpse of elsua‘s (The Knowledge Management Blog) for … Continue reading A Weekly Glimpse of elsua – The Knowledge Management Blog – Weeks 47 and 48
Tags: Metablogging, Blogging Anniversary, elsua, ITtoolbox, IBM, Intranet Blogs, Corporate Blogging, Enterprise Blogs, Knowledge Management, KM, Collaboration, Knowledge Sharing, People, ProBlogger, Dennis McDonald I think that this post is actually going to be somewhat a bit of an insular weblog entry on its own. Oh, wait, I just linked to Darren’s ProBlogger! I guess it … Continue reading My Reflections on Blogging – Three Years On and Why I Am Still Here
Tags: IBM, SWG, IBM Software, Lotus Ventura, Ventura, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, IBM 2.0, Knowledge Management, KM, Collaboration, Lotusphere2007, Lotusphere, Lotus Sametime 7.5, Sametime 7.5, James Snell, Elias Torres, Andy Piper, Cote, BluePages, Expertise Location, Dogear, Social Bookmarking, Activities, Communities, Roller Weblogger, Roller, Metablogging, Blog Central, Weblogs If yesterday … Continue reading IBM Lotus Ventura – IBM’s Take of Social Software within the Enterprise
Tags: IBM, Knowledge Management, KM, Collaboration, Communtiies, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Web 2.0, IBM 2.0, Blogs, Wikis, Social Bookmarks, Lotus Sametime 7.5, Sametime 7.5, Activities A couple of days ago I mentioned how I was also involved in the process of creating a new category here in elsua.net based on the good amount … Continue reading Bringing People and Processes Together by Mike Roche