Posts Tagged ‘Wiki’

Trampoline Systems Launches SONAR FlightDeck

Trampoline Systems; a London Based provider of Enterprise Social Software, recently launched SONAR FlightDeck at the Network Roundtable in Washington DC. SONAR Flightdeck is the latest product in Trampoline Systems SONAR Suite product line. Flightdeck is a enterprise social networking tool that helps companies focus on knowledge and relationship identification. Flightdeck works by gathering high…

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MindTouch Deki Adds Enterprise Integration To Wiki Platform

Mindtouch announced today a new version of its Opensource collaboration and collective intelligence platform. The new version of Mindtouch Deki, “Kilen Woods” introduces new data connection and enterprise integration tools to what is already a very robust Wiki platform. Aaron Fulkerson, co-founder and CEO, said that: “MindTouch Deki has evolved into a powerful platform that…

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Niall Cook’s Upcoming Enterprise 2.0 Book

You know that you are officially in the acceptance (and some would say hype) stage of a technology when writers begin to churn out titles in the genre. Niall Cook’s new book “Enterprise 2.0 – How social software will change the future of work” is due to be released on 21 July 2008. In Niall Cook’s words: “Enterprise…

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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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Enterprise 2.0 Defined

  Prof Andrew McAfee of Harvard Business School is universally acknowledged as the first to formally define the term Enterprise 2.0 in the Spring of 2006. His definition of Enterprise 2.0 was: “Enterprise 2.0 is the use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers.” This definition has stood…

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