By David Terrar on February 3, 2010
I blogged that Alan Patrick and I were running the only enterprise related event as part of this week’s “London Social Media Week“. Considering we only had the idea a week last Friday at Tuttle, and only promoted the thing with a few tweets, I’m both impressed and surprised that we had around 50 attendees […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on January 20, 2010
The emergence of Facebook, Twitter, and the rest of the social Web as a global force in the last several years has done a great deal to highlight their potential to fundamentally alter the way we communicate and collaborate both at home and in business. However, despite the movement of social computing into our daily lives we’re all clearly on a long journey together as the technologies themselves emerge from infancy.
The state-of-the-art today when it comes to the social computing environments that surround us now — in our browsers, mobile devices, and elsewhere — underscore how much more we have left to do to make these new modes of digital conversation and discourse become mature, efficient, safe, and truly useful.
Fortunately the Web doesn’t stand still and there continues continues to be rapid research and development when it comes to the mechanics of today’s online social universe. There are many new efforts under way to refine and improve the world of social media, some of which we’ll explore here and many which are just beginning…
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By Dion Hinchcliffe on December 21, 2009
As we get ready to enter the final year of the decade, here’s a round-up of what you found interesting here on Enterprise Web 2.0 based on actual readership. We’ll see what the new year brings us but 2009 was full of notable developments that will have a lasting impact to way we using technology […]
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By Dion Hinchcliffe on December 17, 2009
It’s that time of year again, when we look back at the year that was while making next year’s technology and business predictions. 2009 was an exciting year across the board for all things Web 2.0 in the enterprise and related topics. I often find that it’s when we take time to look back at […]
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By David Terrar on November 6, 2009
On Monday In Zurich during SOMESSO’s Web 2.0 University™ based masterclass delivered by Jim Benson, one of the attendees related her company’s adoption of Social Media. I was soaking up the material and offering Jim a little help, as we have just started to represent Hinchcliffe and Web 2.0 University™ in the UK. One of the weaknesses that we currently have in the enterprise 2.0 or “social media in business” space is not …
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