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Slideshow: Best Of Social Enterprise Patents

Select Enterprise 2.0 intellectual property filings from Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, as well as a couple of lesser-known social tech vendors.
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Figure from Cisco's patent application "Asynchronous Workflow Participation Within An Immersive Collaboration Environment."

For the full article discussing Enterprise 2.0 patents, see Wolfe's Den: Mad Rush For Enterprise 2.0 Patents.

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