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Collaboration

Social networking with document collaboration Posted March 18, 2009

Legitimate social software for business Posted March 10, 2009

eTouch introduces V. 4.1 Posted March 04, 2009

Publishing this list is the most difficult project KMWorld undertakes every year, and I've been heading the effort since it began in 2000. Our somewhat informal judging process taps the individual and collective wisdom of colleagues, analysts, system integrators and even a selected group of users... Posted March 01, 2009

StreetSmarts introduces V. 5.0 Posted February 23, 2009

NextDocs upgrades regulatory capabilities Posted February 18, 2009

Open Text upgrades Web Solutions Posted February 04, 2009

Collaborative content management Posted January 28, 2009

$775 million price tag Posted January 22, 2009

New MarkLogic Connector for SharePoint Posted January 22, 2009

CSC builds atop SharePoint and Documentum Posted January 12, 2009

Mindjet introduces Version 8 Posted January 07, 2009

Trampoline debuts new tool, service Posted December 17, 2008

IBM releases Lotus Sametime Unyte Posted December 17, 2008

Welocalize and Clay Tablet partner Posted December 10, 2008

Posted December 10, 2008

Traction announces Live Blog Posted December 03, 2008

Expertise location for Beehive Posted December 03, 2008

DocCenter introduces DocLanding Posted November 12, 2008

eTouch offers Version 4.0 Posted November 06, 2008

Xerox premiers DocuShare Express Posted October 23, 2008

eTouch releases SamePage 4.0 Posted October 08, 2008

Web 2.0 promises to add value to enterprise content management, particularly in creating a more collaborative workplace... Posted September 29, 2008

Business has two main objectives: generate revenues and keep costs and risks low. All organizations must learn to strike the perfect balance between meeting the expectations of Web site visitors and those of internal teams. Customers look for information to make informed choices. Internal teams have lead generation goals and must control public information. There is a balance between fun and engagement vs. risk and cost, and achieving this balance means offering incentives to visit corporate Web sites... Posted September 29, 2008

It's hard to pick up a business publication these days without seeing an article dedicated to social networking within the enterprise. The good news is that everyone (except for a few executive technophiles who fear workers Twittering the day away) seems to agree that providing tools to employees that allow them to form networks with others in their organization to collaborate and share knowledge is a good idea. The bad news is that there doesn't appear to be much consensus about which tools are best... Posted September 29, 2008

When social networking and collaboration tools and media first emerged as a cultural phenomenon, many companies had a predictable reaction: ignore a new form of communication that, at first glance, could not be influenced, much less controlled. However, as these social media have matured, the most progressive brand stewards recognize that embracing social networks and collaboration tools can enhance customers' relationships with a brand, and be an invaluable resource for serving those customers better... Posted September 29, 2008

From media sharing to wikis to social tagging, user-generated content reflects a powerful way for consumers to control and enrich their online experience. Although it may seem scary for most businesses, user-generated content also represents a golden opportunity for marketers: by harnessing this phenomenon, companies can get closer to their customers, strengthen brand loyalty and capture new ideas and insights. The emerging role of connected consumers—combined with the explosion of other digital technologies—has transferred control of marketplace... Posted September 29, 2008

Today's enterprise knowledge workers (KWs) use social computing tools to get their work done. They blog, create podcasts and produce content for wikis. They subscribe to RSS feeds, join social networking sites such as LinkedIn and Facebook, and employ shared content tagging. All of this is done to overcome the barriers to efficient collaboration posed by a distributed workforce that spans geographies and time zones. Although developed for the consumer market, these tools play an increasingly important role... Posted September 29, 2008

We USED to have a joke around the office. Whenever one of us had a question we couldn't immediately resolve, someone would inevitably pipe up, "Hey, let's start a wiki." It was dripping with sarcasm. We are self-righteously skeptical of buzz terms, especially one as silly as that—"wiki..." I mean, come on...! Posted September 29, 2008

Vialect releases Noodle Posted September 17, 2008

Yammer rolls out its offering Posted September 17, 2008

Momindum launches K-base 2.0 Posted September 10, 2008

Socialcast's corporate social network Posted September 08, 2008

Contextware introduces Version 3.1 Posted August 11, 2008

IBM develops Version 8 on System z Posted July 10, 2008

Igloo partners with TriCipher Posted June 23, 2008

Inmagic introduces new product Posted June 18, 2008

NewsGator enhances Social Sites Posted June 16, 2008

Highlights Flash support Posted June 09, 2008

Vignette releases three new products Posted May 20, 2008

More 2.0 from Percussion Posted April 28, 2008
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