In all the hoopla around Web 2.0/Enterprise 2.0 applications and services I'm left with an uncomfortable question.
Dennis Howlett analyzing the issues faced by senior business practitioners who work with enterprise software.
Dennis Howlett is a 40 year veteran in enterprise IT, working with companies large and small across many industries. He endeavors to inform buyers in a no-nonsense manner and spares no vendor that comes under his microscope.
It seems Jake Kuramoto is asking the nascent Oracle community to come up with names for it's new internal social computing service. Suggestions Jake likes include:* oracut (Like orkut, this one made me laugh.
Courtesy of a link from Jake Kuramoto at Oracle, it seems the social networking bug has bitten inside Oracle:Oracle people desperately want to be connected to each other. We are an increasingly distributed 60,000 plus, and one of the top feature requests we’ve had is to mandate pictures.
At the end of last week, I attended a Second Life event organised by Metaversed. 'Second Life?
The announcement of new storage pricing by Google has certainly set off a flurry of chatter. Zoli Erdos doesn't think it's a rip off, while Larry Dignan is more than a little confused.
One of the key questions that IT decision makers ask themselves: Is this software fit for purpose? Chris Pirillo's 'live' feed from Gnomedex doesn't pass that most basic of tests.
Earlier today I had a fascinating Skype conversation with Luis Suarez, a knowledge management consultant with IBM. We were chewing the fat over topic du jour Facebook/Web 2.
One of the ongoing criticisms of Facebook is the perception that you can't get data out. This goes down well with the open source crowd who love nothing better than a walled garden.
As we approach the second Office 2.0 I find myself troubled by the lack of concrete examples of how Web 2.
My colleagues at Enterprise Irregulars are not your typical Facebook demographic. Heck, I can't even make the top end 40-49 age group.