By Zoli Erdos on April 12, 2010
Well, well, hours after telling you not to change passwords, now I am telling you to change it… but this time with good reason. Minutes ago I’ve received a email from Atlassian: We are sending you this message because we experienced a security breach and suspect that your Atlassian customer account password details (only) may […]
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 Ross Mayfield on March 3, 2010
Ridiculously easy group-forming matters because the desire to be part of a group that shares, cooperates, or acts in concert is a basic human instinct that has always been constrained by transaction costs. Now that group-forming has gone from hard…
By David Terrar on February 12, 2010
Over on AccountingWEB’s forums (you need an AWEB account to log in, but it’s free) there have been some heavy exchanges discussing the barriers to adoption of Cloud solutions by accountants in practice in the UK. I found it interesting, but sadly the dialogue has been too vendor driven, with plenty of verbiage from the […]
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By Thomas Otter on January 8, 2010
Cross posted from my Gartner blog.
I received a review copy of Andrew McAfee’s Enterprise 2.0 just before Christmas, so I added it to my book pile as an extra Christmas present. Thank you Andrew and the publisher, HBS.
In reviewing books, I have a simple test. Would I spend my own money on a copy? […]
By Jevon MacDonald on November 9, 2009
For the last few years the Enterprise 2.0 conference has had a startup launchpad competition, which is unique for an enterprise focused conference. Part of the reason for that may be that Enterprise 2.0 has relied heavily on innovations from startups to help develop the industry as a whole since 2006. The Launchpad is always my favorite part of the conference.