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Is Web2.0 the same at Enterprise 2.0 – and does it really matter?

Is Web2.0 the same at Enterprise 2.0 – and does it really matter?

(Photo by Daniel F. Pigatto) I was in two minds on whether to get involved with this debate/discussion, but since we now seem to have accepted “Enterprise 2.0” into the social computing lexicon I thought I should at least ensure I’ve got a clear understanding about what this means. The authors over at Library Clips have identified seven ways that Enterprise 2.0 differs from Web 2.0. This article is in turn based on the blog by Bill Ives at Fast…

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Why many organisations will fail with Enterprise 2.0

Why many organisations will fail with Enterprise 2.0

Euan Semple pretty much hits the nail on the end with his post on why companies (organisations) will fail with their approach to Enterprise 2.0. The fundamental reason is they still don’t get it, and not helped by the hype from the big vendors (no names) who push the technology and ignore the culture. Euan lists 8 reasons for failure: 1. They think it is about technology. 2. They aren’t prepared to deal with the friction that allowing their staff…

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Enterprise 2.0 Social Search and Discovery

Enterprise 2.0 Social Search and Discovery

I attended (and presented at) the Butler Group “Information Management and Collaboration” event that was held in London on 14-15 May. Regrettably I couldn’t get to the first day of the event, so missed presentations on topics such as: Document collaboration using Sharepoint, and Next generation collaboration through BEA Systems portals Hence, I was left to ponder how much emphasis was given to creating and developing a collaborative culture in these presentations, or whether (as I suspect) the assumption is…

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