Archive for May 2008

Enterprise 2.0 Experiences Needed For Repository

During the 2007 Enterprise 2.0 Conference, Andrew McAfee proposed an industry wide Enterprise 2.0 repository for the collection of best practices for implementing and utilizing Enterprise 2.0. Socialtext agreed to host the Enterprise 2.0 use case repository and since its inception in the 4th quarter of last year Andrew has collected and posted about 18…

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Launch of OnDemand FriendFeed Rooms

FriendFeed recently launched a new feature called rooms.  Users can join and share links, news and comments around a topic, event or idea. The rooms can either be public or private, and should be a good way to share information. I have set up a number of rooms within FriendFeed with topics of interest to OnDemand Beat readers. Sign up on…

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Visual Map of OnDemand Marketplace

Peter Laird; with assistance from Kent Dickson and Steve Bobrowski, has created an excellent visual mapping of the current state of the OnDemand Marketplace as of early 2008. Peter has the marketplace broken out into: Cloud Computing Platform as a Service ( Link to Dion Hinchliffe whitepaper – 2.4 mb pdf ) Software as a…

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Free Pass & Discounts to Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston

The Enterprise 2.0 conference is coming June 9-12, 2008 at the Westin Waterfront hotel in Boston. The conference organizers and advisory board have tweaked the format of the Enterprise 2.0 conference for 2008 and it should be a great event. One of the more anticipated events in 2008 is the Enterprise 2.0 Launch Pad organized by Stowe…

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OnDemand Speed Links May 14 2008

Eastman Kodak Gets Web 2.0 Religion You know that Web 2.0 is mainstream when the oldest of the old guard companies; Eastman Kodak, appoints a Chief Blogger. The Acronym Game Begins Anew With Platform As A Service No sooner had some bloggers declared usage of the acronyms Web 3.0 & Enterprise 3.0 verboten for describing…

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US Ranks 15th in Broadband Adoption

One of the factors that has so far hindered wider adoption of Cloud Computing and Software as a Service in the US is a lack of consistent and inexpensive broadband service throughout the entire US. A new report from the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation ranks the US 15th (Yes that’s right 15th) globally for broadband adoption. The US…

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