Profile of Dana BlankenhornBusiness Journalist
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Dana Blankenhorn has been a business reporter since 1978. He has covered technology since 1982, the Internet since 1985, and open-source since 2005. For InformationWeek, he has mainly covered videoconferencing. He has written several books, some of which sold, and he currently covers the technology industry for TheStreet.Com. He lives in Atlanta.
Articles by Dana Blankenhorn
Lotus-integrated social features for the Apple iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, and Nokia devices were unveiled at Big Blue's Lotusphere event in Orlando.
The open source Enterprise 3.4 release offers integration with social media through Jive and Liferay.
Tibbr integrates Facebook, Twitter, and other social network stream with internal data to offer a single, contextual view of information.
Comparable quality to Cisco telepresence, according to Vidyo, the plug-in will allow voice communication from an IM chat session and HD multi-point videoconferencing.
StreamServe Persuasion allows corporations to customize marketing messages and support responses from within the enterprise content management software.
With half of businesses saying social media investments are paying off, linking data from LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to customer management is the next step, finds SugarCRM survey.
Version 2.1 delivers integration with Salesforce's Chatter and REST APIs, allowing mobile workers ready access to a company's collaboration applications.
Virtual Appliance 2.0 lets SMBs add social networking to the platforms that host email and customer relationship management.
A Nielsen Norman Group study of the "best" corporate intranets found many already integrating Enterprise 2.0 and social features with mobile projected to be the next frontier.
SocialMiner provides analytics that can guide corporate response to Tweets, Facebook posts, and other social media interactions with customers.
Android, iPhone, and BlackBerry users of Telligent Enterprise and Telligent Community can collaborate and access content on the go.
Open source CMS confronts Enterprise 2.0 demands for integration of enterprise software systems under standards enabling interoperability across all departments.
Version 1.6 of the open source content management system supports corporate collaboration by emphasizing security, permissions, and flexibility.