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Six Social Media Predictions for 2010

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Five Social Media Predictions for 2010

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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. Tags: Social Media 2010 predictions 2012 AR Augmented Reality Beehive Bing blogola Brightkite Ethics EU Facebook Foursquare Google IBM Lotus Connections Microsoft SAP social search socialtext Twitter Unfair Business Practices Directive ethics Socialtext twitter

The Fifteen Classes of the Social Business Software Suite (Q4, 2010)

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Frequently mentioned vendors include Sharepoint, Jive, Telligent, Atlassian, SocialText, PBWorks, and recent entrant BroadVision’s Clearvale. Commonly mentioned vendors include SocialCast, Yammer, Gist SocialText, Chatter.

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Secrets of Starting a Wiki – a podcast with Eugene Lee

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If you are thinking of starting a wiki or working on launching on you need to hear what Eugene Lee the CEO of SocialText has to say about wikis, collaboration and enterprise 2.0. Lee comes to Socialtext from Adobe Systems, where he led Adobe’s enterprise marketing and vertical market segments.

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

C Level Tweeters

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The following is a list of confirmed C Level Executives that are using Twitter. If you have names that should be added to this list, please post them using the comments feature at the bottom of this post and I’ll get it included ASAP - please send me - full name, title, agency/firm, and Twitter URL.

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

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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. The debate was recently posted on again in a useful way on this blog by Tom Mandel, Transforming enterprise work â?? can it transform the enterprise itself?

Effective collaboration with wikis | DavePress

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Other self hosted options include the free PMWiki or the paid-for SocialText or Confluence. I work at Socialtext, and most of our customers use wikis “in-the-flow&# of daily work to manage projects, share observations, capture meeting notes, standardize processes, etc. (I’ve About. Projects. Resources. Services. Contact Me. Subscribe to feed. ‹ links for 2008-07-07 • links for 2008-07-08 › Effective collaboration with wikis.

Gov 2.0 – We Need to Get Past the Honeymoon Stage of Our Relationship

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Other government agencies are using SocialText, LifeRay, Traction, and other tools that are actually built for this kind of secure collaboration. Other government agencies are using SocialText, LifeRay, Traction, and other tools that are actually built for this kind of secure collaboration.

Community of Practice for Facilitators : pilot, adoption and participation

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a person implementing across the whole organisation, within a department, across a couple of departments, within a group, etc… Of late we have seen posts by folks at ThoughtFarmer and Socialtext on pilot/implementation methods. I can’t help myself, just quickly…the Socialtext post above refers to the interactive nature of social software ( compared to transactional ) where scale and network effects are essential to actually see the potential and emergence.