By Susan Scrupski on November 22, 2009
Well, well, well. Didn’t I relish that gushing endorsement of social computing last week by Marc Benioff? Yes. I did. As the conversation took off on Twitter, what was game-changing-significant was that a tech celeb– known very well in Enterprise circles, as well as the financial community– threw his Enterprise SaaS hat […]
By Susan Scrupski on November 4, 2009
Bigger, busier and more “social” than ever, the Enterprise 2.0 Conference San Francisco is abuzz with conversation on how to participate in the market’s riches.
Lots of new products/services have been announced here, and the sessions have been packed– some standing room only or attendees taking seats on the floor.
Andrew McAfee, the father of e20, launched […]
By Susan Scrupski on October 30, 2009
The 2.0 Adoption Council has begun work on a new initiative – an Adoption Index that will measure the adoption of 2.0 technologies within large enterprises. We’ll be announcing the results of our member survey at the Enterprise 2.0 conference next week, and we want to get all the friends and fans (and Twitter lists) […]
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By Susan Scrupski on September 4, 2009
The recent acquisition of Headshift by the Dachis Group was largely celebrated in the e2.0 community. As I commented for RWW, it’s a testament to a growing, maturing market. Enterprise interest in incorporating 2.0 tools and practices has never been higher. With this stage of evolution comes the good stuff, the […]
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