Wiki CustomerVision just announced RapidWiki, a Wiki service for small business. The $100 a month Wiki service gives companies what they would expect from a Wiki - editable pages, ability to post a wide range of media, and a variety of templates.
David Greenfield delivers practical information about tools and technologies that enable organizational teams to work more effectively with one another.
Burning up the Internet waves is the acquisition of Web conferencing and Skype Extras supplies, WebDialogs, for an undisclosed sum. You can read the press release here and there Reuters report here.
Verizon Business just announced its Integrated Communications Package (ICP) as part of its VoIP portfolio. As discussed in a post back in May, this Unified Communications service will enable customers of its Hosted IP Centrex service to control their core communication functions from software on their PCs.
Today's joint press conference from Cisco CEO John Chambers and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer contained the usual blather about "cooperation," "interoperability,"and the "importance of working together" that accompanies these sorts of announcements. You can see/read the gory details here.
Thanks to Intel's Nathan Zeldes, David Sward, Sigal Lounchheim for such a thorough job quantifying the impact of information overload or what they call "Infomania":On average, knowledge workers can expect three minutes of uninterrupted work on any task before being interrupted. Sources of interruption include e–mail, instant messages, phone calls, text messages, co–workers, and other distractions.
Startup Attomic Labs has a fresh take on social networking in the enterprise. It’s Gazool search engine, still in alpha, is the first enterprise-oriented, community-based metasearch tool that I’ve come across.
If you're like me then you've worked as part of a team of one kind or a another. And perhaps you too have grown frustrated over how difficult it can be to get folk to work together.