Interview with Waldemar Adams on the power of collective insight using collaborative business intelligence.
Research shows that enterprise social software has really worked – because it hasn’t been enough about work.
To take enterprise social software to the next level, SAP is proposing a new approach that integrates social and collaboration technology tightly into business applications.
Introducing SAP StreamWork, a new Web 2.0 / Enterprise 2.0 product that lets you collaborate around decisions. Extensive links to other resources.
Is Enterprise 2.0 a Crock? The panel of members of the 20 Adoption Council take questions from David Berlind at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in San Francisco
At the Enterprise 2.0 conference in San Francisco, Andrew McAfee just opened the magic envelope and revealed that the winner of the first Enterprise 2.0 “Internal Evangelist of the Year” award is Claire Flanagan for her work on CSC’s “C3: Connect | Communicate | Collaborate” environment. For more information about the project, see Claire’s Blog. …
A summary of the opening keynotes at the Enterprise 2.0 2009 conference in San Francisco, featuring Tammy Erickson, Andrew McAfee and representatives of Microsoft and Adobe.
I am a proud member of the 2.0 Adoption Council, a group devoted to creating and sharing best practices in Enterprise 2.0 adoption. The 2.0 Adoption Council is a peer-based, information-sharing group interested in the latest thinking, best practices, case studies, and helpful tips associated with executing socio-collaborative strategies and projects in the large enterprise.
The first examples showing integration between Google Wave and SAP Enterprise Services are starting to appear. They are just a glimpse of the future of business user applications.
SAP has been testing a new on-demand social collaboration platform from CubeTree to facilitate internal networking, alongside other internal platforms such as Jive, CubeTree, and Atlassian.