You're Invited To Take InformationWeek Analytics' Enterprise 2.0 Survey
My colleagues at InformationWeek Analytics are doing some important research on Enterprise 2.0 applications and I'd like to personally invite the Enterprise 2.0 community to take part. Please see the note below from InformationWeek.com Editor-in-Chief, Alex Wolfe.Thanks for participating.Steve
InformationWeek Analytics is conducting a survey to determine what's important to you when you''re choosing Enterprise 2.0 applications, and how vendors stack up against a list of criteria rating the performance, applicability, cost, and reliability of their software. The results will be an IT pro-driven assessment of the vendors and will published in an upcoming issue of InformationWeek as well as an in-depth InformationWeek Analytics report.Here's your chance to let vendors know what's important to you, and where they need to improve their apps or strategies.Since the readers of the Enterprise 2.0 blog are people who have experience with, and opinions on, these apps, I'm posting a notice here to invite you to weigh in. You can take the survey by clicking on this link.The survey will take under 10 minutes to complete. Your responses will remain confidential and will only be reported in aggregate.Once again, to take the survey, please click on the link. The survey closes on or about Nov. 5, so please go there at your first opportunity. Thanks to everyone in advance for their input.Alexander WolfeEditor-in-Chief, InformationWeek.com
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