This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Are Wikipatterns, Collaborative Patterns?

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In terms of enterprise social computing, wikis continue to be the flavour of the month and Stewart Mader taps into that interest with his new Wikipatterns book , the name reflecting the Wikipatterns site that he helped to start. The book is structured well and steps naturally from explaining the value and use cases of wikis into the adoption process. The other thing I like about this book is the case studies. This is the old ChiefTech blog.

A short history of intranets and what's next with social, mobile and cloud

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But it was the release of the Mosaic Web browser in 1993 that was the catalyst for bringing the World Wide Web to life - in October 1994, Wired magazine described the revolutionary paradigm that the graphical Web browser created: Mosaic is the celebrated graphical "browser" that allows users to travel through the world of electronic information using a point-and-click interface. In this case we will consider the "outside network" to be public online services and the Internet.

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First, the asset side of the ledger: Microsoft SharePoint 2010 dominated the show floor with a generous partner pavilion and a large, accessible bank of laptops for group “immersions” and individual exploration. Cloudy, with a chance of meatballs As noted, the secondary theme -- not mutually exclusive with SharePoint -- was cloud computing. In Philadelphia, Info360 (neé AIIM expo) opened and closed last week with minimal impact.

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A short history of intranets and what next with social, mobile and cloud

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But it was the release of the Mosaic Web browser in 1993 that was the catalyst for bringing the World Wide Web to life - in October 1994, Wired magazine described the revolutionary paradigm that the graphical Web browser created: Mosaic is the celebrated graphical "browser" that allows users to travel through the world of electronic information using a point-and-click interface. In this case we will consider the "outside network" to be public online services and the Internet.

This is the old ChiefTech blog.: My experience of Lotus Notes at Ernst & Young

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This is probably because the Financial Services area he worked in was the smallest group (Accounting and Tax being the largest) and they simply never invested in enterprise-wide Lotus Notes systems as much the other areas. blog I work at Headshift , a social media and social computing consultancy, as a Senior Business & Technical Consultant. This is the old ChiefTech blog. Nice of you to drop in and visit. However, you need to come over and see my new blog at chieftech.com.au. ©2005-2009.