Monthly Archives: March 2009

How to find the people you need

Rich profiles can be a powerful cornerstone of an Enterprise 2.0 / next generation intranet / social business software solution. My previous post on how finding people rather than documents can be highly beneficial in terms of productivity, using information … Continue reading

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Sharepoint as an Enterprise 2.0 platform

After my recent posts on Jive, Socialtext and Connections, some people have been asking me where I see Sharepoint fitting in. I was planning a long post on it, but having read Thomas Vander Wal’s recent post I have nothing … Continue reading

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New IBM System i blog

For anyone involved in IBM System i, Mandy Shaw, a guru in the field, has set up her own consultancy, iPerimeter. Mandy has also started blogging, and is on Twitter, so if System I is your thing I’d strongly recommend … Continue reading

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New features of Socialtext – Signals and Desktop

Socialtext have released Socialtext Signals, as well as Socialtext Desktop which I took a look at today. The easiest way to explain Signals is “Twitter for the Enterprise” but Socialtext have added a few features that give it extra value … Continue reading

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