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Enterprise 2.0 Conference

Enterprise 2.0 is the term for the technologies and business practices that liberate the workforce from the constraints of legacy communication and productivity tools like email. It provides business managers with access to the right information at the right time through a web of inter-connected applications, services and devices. Enterprise 2.0 makes accessible the collective intelligence of many, translating to a huge competitive advantage in the form of increased innovation, productivity and agility.

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Latest Content From Enterprise 2.0 Conference

Research Report: Enterprise 2.0: What, Why and How

by Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceJun 03, 2009

Business is shifting from top down, hierarchical ways of working and managing information to distributed, agile, collaborative work environments: Enterprise 2.0. In 2009, Enterprise 2.0 is currently at the early (but accelerating) adoption stage, where enormous competitive advantage will come to those who embrace the new tools and business cultures. In today's economic climate, that can mean the difference between survival and failure for many companies. This paper, based in part on our Enterprise 2.0 Adoption Survey, will be an introduction to Enterprise 2.0 - what it is, and why it's one of the most crucial concepts to understand in business today. We will also show how you can begin to take advantage of Enterprise 2.0 in your organization immediately.


Video: ReviewCam - BroadVision's Clearvale Demo

by Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceDec 02, 2009

James Hickman, Clearvale Enthusiast at BroadVision, giving a demo of BroadVisions enterprise social network called Clearvale at Enterprise 2.0 conference.


Video: ReviewCam - Adobe LiveCycle ES2

by Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceDec 02, 2009

Raja Hammound, Group Product Manager at Adobe, at Enterprise 2.0 2009 giving a demo of Adobe LiveCycle ES2


Video: ReviewCam - SocialText Desktop

by Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceDec 02, 2009

A quick tour of SocialText Desktop


Video: ReviewCam - IBM Mashup Center

by Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceDec 02, 2009

Ronald Leung, a software engineer at IBM showcases IBM Mashup Center.


Whitepaper: Enterprise 2.0: Accelerating Business Performance

by Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceMay 01, 2010

Understanding how to orchestrate greater value and flexibility from large enterprise backbone applications in conjunction with newer, more agile Enterprise 2.0 processes and technologies to effectively support critical business functions is a major challenge for business leadership. This free whitepaper examines the value of collaborative and �social� concepts and their associated technologies towards achieving core performance goals and facilitating underlying business process. Examine the challenges of inflexible legacy �1.0� business designs and underlying systems against the rise of the �Web 2.0� experienced employee influenced by consumer web, broadband and mobile technology use patterns. Get introduced to the concept of enabling key business processes with the strategic use of collaborative and �social� concepts along with your existing technology and program investments, to accelerate business performance. Finally, read about specific ways to get value from blending new agile approaches with your existing programs technologies in the context of key business functions. Written by: Sameer Patel, Partner, Sovos Group and blogger PretzelLogic.org Oliver Marks, Partner, Sovos Group and blogger ZDNet Collaboration 2.0


Whitepaper: Accelerating Business Performance

by Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceMay 06, 2010

This paper examines the value of collaborative and �social� concepts and their associated technologies towards achieving core performance goals and facilitating underlying business process.

Understanding how to orchestrate greater value and flexibility from large enterprise backbone applications in conjunction with newer, more agile�Enterprise 2.0� processes and technologies to effectively support critical business functions is a major challenge for business leadership. We examine the challenges of inflexible legacy �1.0� business designs and underlying systems against the rise of the �Web 2.0� experienced employee influenced by consumer web, broadband and mobile technology use patterns. We then introduce the concept of enabling key business processes with the strategic use of collaborative and �social� concepts along with your existing technology and program investments, to accelerate business performance. Finally we discuss specific ways to get value from blending new agile approaches with your existing programs technologies in the context of key business functions.


Video: Enterprise 2.0 ReviewCam: Partnerpedia - Hosted Partner Management

by Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceJul 09, 2010

Partnerpedia is a hosted partner management system. It has a free, open community version, and a private label version that runs $1,000 per month. It provides a way to connect, collaborate, share documents, get feedback and manage parterns.


Video: ReviewCam: NewsGator Brings Activity Streams to Sharepoint 2010

by Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceJul 10, 2010

NewsGator is tightly integrated with Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 to make that platform more social. In addition to combining all business events w/ entire activity streams, it adds concepts like hash tags, notifications & recommendations, for instance.


Whitepaper: Enterprise 2.0 People & Culture: HR Management Challenges & Opportunities

by Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceOct 15, 2010

This paper examines how social media applications are influencing the workforce and how these technologies can be implemented to achieve core organization performance goals and improving business processes.

Understanding how to gain greater value and flexibility from the new highly-engaged workforce in conjunction with �Enterprise 2.0� processes and technologies to effectively support critical business functions is a major challenge for organizations.

We examine the changing workforce and what they expect from a company, along with how employees in the field will be affected. We then introduce what is working with these applications and how they can assist with business scaling; both of which enabled a more nimble organization. Finally we discuss specific issues related to governance and policies around these new social tools and what is expected from the workforce.