By Michael Fauscette on April 15, 2013
In part one of this post we looked at what enterprise gamification is and some of the methods and techniques that can be used. In this post I am focusing on what types of things you can actually do with…
By Phil Wainewright on March 13, 2013
“Box is becoming a verb in Schneider,” said Hervé Coureil, chief information officer at Schneider Electric, speaking in London today about the company’s pilot implementation of the Box collaboration platform. People have started saying, “Oh I’ll Box it for you” when they plan to share a file with colleague. The 140,000-employee energy management company is […]
By R "Ray" Wang on March 6, 2013
Greater Adoption In Social Business Signifies A Move To Consolidate Platforms Constellation’s buy-side clients tend to fit in the market leader or fast follower categories when it comes to organizational personas of disruptive technology adoption. Since 2010, respondents have progressed through the DEEPR framework and the latest results from 2012 indicate that most survey respondents […]
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By Michael Fauscette on January 30, 2013
Has social for business run its course and now we should just move on, because there’s “nothing to see here”? Have businesses given it a good go and, finding no value, are they abandoning their efforts?
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By R "Ray" Wang on January 3, 2013
The Inside Story On Oracle Fusion Apps At The End of 2012 Constellation sat down with Steve Miranda, Oracle’sExecutive Vice President of Oracle Applications Product Development to discuss the state of Oracle Fusion Apps in a no-holds barred honest conversation about what’s working, what’s not, and what to look forward to in 2013. R “Ray” […]
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By Dion Hinchcliffe on November 1, 2012
Earlier today software giant SAP unveiled their latest vision for enterprise social software, along with an integrated set of functional offerings that focus on delivering targeted business value. Is it enough?
By Josh Greenbaum on October 23, 2012
Levie is still funny and outrageous, and Box is still young and hip, but the company’s focus is clearly on making sure that growth and new markets are characterized by an astute reading of market forces, and not just on being cool and hip.
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By Michael Fauscette on October 21, 2012
I spent the better part of last week in Nashville attending Deltek Insight, its annual user conference (more on Insight in a follow on post). I had a chance to catch up on a new product development project that I’ve…
By Paul Greenberg on October 18, 2012
In Part 1, I looked at salesforce.com, Marc Benioff and their vision as salesforce’s greatest asset. Here, within that context, I’m looking at the products and the technology ecosystem. As compelling as it is, there is a lot to be done yet.