A high-level overview of Web 2.0 technology by, with, and at SAP, with links to other resources.
The PowerPoint Twitter Tools have been updated, with new features and an additional interactive tool, the PowerPoint Crowd Meter
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.
SAP recently announced a new set of Social Media Participation Guidelines to help employees make the most of new social media channels such as Blogs, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube. In the spirit of Web 2.0, we would like to share our guidelines with the community.
SAP is a Gold Sponsor of this year’s Enterprise 2.0 event in Boston. Many Enterprise 2.0 experts from SAP will be attending, including Beth Beld and Mani Gill.
At the recent Google I/O 2009 developer’s conference, SAP, IBM, Oracle, Salesforce.com and Atlassian gave quick demonstrations of how they are leveraging social networking technologies such as OpenSocial within organizations.
SAP Inside Track Palo Alto 2009 will be held this week on May 29. It’s a day of community organized sessions for people in SAP technical and functional roles. The sessions are lead by SAP staff and Mentors living in the Bay Area – check out the list of sessions. We’re strong believers in collaboration, …
Ted Ueda, a Senior Engineer with SAP BusinessObjects Technical Customer Assurance, has posted a great piece explaining how to use the SAP BusinessObjects Social Network Analyzer Web Services API to extend functionality and integrate with other applications. I’ve posted the screen shots and a one-line description below. For more explanation and the code samples, checkout …
John Mayerhofer and Laurent Bride will be talking about SAP’s use of Open Social APIs during the Google I/O Developer Conference, on Thursday May 28th, 12pm – 1pm, as part of a discussion on “OpenSocial in the Enterprise”: In the year and half since OpenSocial’s public launch, there are now over 700 million end users …
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