Michael Fauscette: Why are Businesses Implementing Social Software?. Why are Businesses Implementing Social Software? We recently conducted a social business adoption survey, our second this year, and in reviewing the results we’re seeing some very exciting patterns emerge. My colleague, Erin Traudt, who manages the enterprise collaboration and social solutions practice in my group is doing a three part series on our IDC group blog on the whole survey so I won’t redo that effort here. What I want to look at in detail is the question of why To be continued at http://www.mfauscette.com/software_technology_partn/2010/10/why-are-businesses-implementing-social-software.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+MichaelFauscette+Michael+Fauscette&utm_content=FaceBook Photocredit: from flickr member happy d in the 416cyclestyle pool … Continue reading Michael Fauscette: Why are Businesses Implementing Social Software?
I am aware of the fact that this post has some namedropping. But as I am not associated with Jive in any way, I decided to refer to this sound approach. Found at Don’t Create a Social Frankenstein. Chances are you’ve experimented with all sorts of social technologies. You’ve got wikis, blogs and team collaboration sites. You may even have a public customer community. And now every legacy tool vendor under the sun is adding social bling to their software. It might be tempting to try to stitch all of these things together to create a Social Business platform. Don’t. You’ll … Continue reading Recommended read:Don’t Create a Social Frankenstein
Image by Hello, I am Bruce via Flickr The Revolution at Work (the industry reacts to Salesforce’s moves) Blog: the Revolution at Work; the industry reacts to @salesforce‘s moves:http://bit.ly/cjls1e @yammer @socialtext @socialcast @zoho @jive (Scobleizer) scobleizer.com Related articles by Zemanta Recommended: Fresh Fairs (2) (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Socialtext 4.0 Launches With Groups, Better Search, And Activity Stream Filtering (techcrunch.com) Filtering microblogging and activity streams (gilbane.com) Socialtext, Groups and the Context of the Social Web (readwriteweb.com) Continue reading Recommending Scobleizer’s The revolution at work