By Sandy Kemsley on March 22, 2010
Yes, I know that today is not Tuesday, but this is about our previous Toronto Wiki Tuesday, a monthly meetup where we have a presentation on wikis, lift a few pints and hobnob with wiki specialists such as Martin Cleaver (who also organizes Wiki Tuesdays) and Mike Dover (co-author of Wikinomics).
The presenter at this session […]
By Sandy Kemsley on March 22, 2010
It’s the first day of Gartner’s BPM summit in Las Vegas, so expect to see a lot of vendor announcements this week. Some, like Global 360, had the decency to arrange for a briefing for me last week so that I could write something about their announcement in advance; others, who shall remain nameless, waited […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on February 4, 2010
I spent some time this morning working with SAP’s new 12Sprints collaboration service, which was announced earlier this week. Available free in open beta immediately, it’s a cloud-based service that’s a cross between Basecamp and Google Wave and is ostensibly designed for team collaboration. Not incidentally, 12Sprints is also clearly a social application and it includes viral invitation, extensive commenting and discussion capabilities, and interesting new twists on measuring community opinion such as real time consensus tracking. Here’s my analysis and breakdown.
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Event Report: 2009 SAP Influencer Summit – SAP Must Put Strategy To Execution In Order To Prove Clarity Of Vision
By R "Ray" Wang on December 11, 2009
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Re-innovation Now At The Heart Of SAP’s Focus And Strategy
SAP has faced a rough two years. From the continuing market pressure on new license revenue, false-start launch of Business By Design (ByD), management restructuring, and issues with […]
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By Michael Coté on November 23, 2009
A new SaaS offering from Tivoli: pricing, competition, and a quick analysis.
By Jevon MacDonald on October 21, 2009
You are probably aware of how big Sharepoint has become (over 100 million seats), and how fast it has grown (the first business inside Microsoft to grow to $1billion, growing 20+% year over year), but one of the unknowns until now has been: Will Sharepoint become a true Social Business platform?