Archive for April 2008

Trending Web 2.0 vs Enterprise 2.0

Attentio; a Brussels, Belgium based market intelligence firm, launched it Blog tracking tool Trendpedia last week. Trendpedia; even in its current Beta state, is very polished and is a nice alternative to its moribound competition. I decided to give Trendpedia a whirl with a quick comparison of mentions of Web 2.0 versus Enterprise 2.0. This…

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OnDemand Speed Links Apr 23 2008

IPod Touch may replace IPhone In Korea Interesting article on Web 2.0 Asia about how a new cheap unlimited wireless plan from Korea Telecom may very well give users an option of using their IPod Touch to replace more expensive IPhones in Korea. Web Apps may be the next stage of Enterprise/Web 2.0 Adoption One of…

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Sun Hosts San Francisco Startup Camp

Sun is hosting a free event called Startup Camp in San Francisco May 4-5, 2008. Startup Camp allows startups to participate in an un-conference networking event and hear from web/enterprise 2.0 experts, meet other startups and apply to Sun’s Startup Essentials program. The event also includes SpeedGeeking, where startup founders can compete in the Best…

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Charles Phillips outlines Oracle’s Enterprise 2.0 Strategy

Oracle President Charles Phillips outlined Oracle’s Enterprise 2.0 strategy during his keynote presentation on Monday at OAUG Collaborate 08. Oracle’s Enterprise 2.0 strategy consists of: Fusing Enterprise 2.0 capabilities into Oracle technology Delivering Enterprise 2.0-enabled Oracle Applications Focus on Oracle WebCenter Oracle WebCenter, originally announced in 2007, is now in production and will be Oracle’s…

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Google Launches App Engine Into The Cloud

Google on April 7 launched its highly anticipated development infrastructure called Google App Engine. App Engine is Google’s fully integrated hosted application environment that allows developers to run their web applications on Google’s infrastructure. Announced at Campfire One, App Engine is currently in preview release and is limited to an initial pool of 10,000 developers.…

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A Simple Wiki Definition

The team at CommonCraft have posted a number of great videos on YouTube that explain Enterprise 2.0 terminology in everday language Below is the most straightforward definition I have seen so far of Wiki’s.

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