Enterprise 2.0 portrays a Web-centric vision of the corporation that will feature collaboration, cloud computing and many applications that will look familiar to workers accustomed to Google and Facebook. Enterprise 2.0 consists of technology architectures such as service oriented architecture under the hood. The Enterprise 2.0 discussion can seem academic, but it's important to ponder. Are we there yet?
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