Category Archives: Enterprise 2.0

That dawg won’t hunt

Having actively avoided the social media water cooler prior to this year (aside from an obligatory presence on LinkedIn), I am fascinated by the value proposition of Yammer – the enterprise social media platform acquired by Microsoft in 2012 for … Continue reading

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Banjo – A Revolutionary Product

In an article by Fortune by Heather Clancy, features a computer program called Banjo. This program “monitors billions of posts in real time across social networks including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Vine.” The program has two major functions. The first is that … Continue reading

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From Why We Use Social Media in Our Personal Lives — But Not for Work

Why We Use Social Media In Our Personal Lives – But Not For Work by Tammy Erickson in is an excellent article that starts with the statement: “We’ve spent a fortune on collaborative technology, but no one is using … Continue reading

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Where Will Social Business/Enterprise 2.0 thrive in your organization?

Last night in class I talked about Enterprise 2.0 and the use of social collaboration tools as a form of knowledge management. In this article called As Collaboration Goes Social, Where Will It Thrive the author – Dion Hinchcliffe – … Continue reading

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