Five Social Media Predictions for 2010

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These companies could end up being acquired. Certainly all of these companies are active in the Web 2.0 Oracle has Beehive , Microsoft has added social capabilities to SharePoint , SocialText is in the enterprise, as is IBM’s Lotus Connections , but no category killer has emerged. company — or Web 1.5 company at best — recognizes this, and launched its Social Search experiment. Here are my five social media predictions for 2010.

Six Social Media Predictions for 2010

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Social media search is a great way for companies to find information on candidates that they could not legally request directly from the candidate, but which is out on the Web for the taking.)…&#. About a month ago, I wrote about my five social media predictions for 2010. Based on the comments the piece received, I’ve updated it and Talent Zoo published it this morning.

Ross Mayfield's Weblog: Elevating the Enterprise 2.0 Conversation

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In this keynote, Socialtext Chairman, President & Co-founder Ross Mayfield will share his insights from the past five years in business, and look to the next. Ross Mayfield is the Chairman, President & Co-founder of Socialtext , the first wiki company and leading provider of Enterprise 2.0

The 1-9-90 rule won't work for Internal Collaboration

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Ok, so you decide to implement an internal microblogging platform like Yammer or Socialcast, or even an internal Wiki platform like SocialText or Confluence.

Grow Your Wiki

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The FASTForward Blog " Managing Personal Knowledge: Setting a Foundation for Transformation? : Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary

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s companies can use technology to place users in control of information, and is home to ongoing discussion about the user revolution and Enterprise 2.0 SocialText. Socialtext blog. Managing Personal Knowledge: Setting a Foundation for Transformation? by Bill Ives. May 2, 2007 at 2:45 pm. · · Filed under Enterprise 2.0. I have read about the debate between Tom Davenport and Andrew McAfee with interest but resisted getting involved until now.