Enterprise 2.0

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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Six social networks for the enterprise

Six social networks for the enterprise

Facebook has recently announced 'Facebook at work' for connecting professional contacts. If you don't want to mix your business and personal lives, have a look at these social networks you can use for work.

published November 20, 2014 by

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Google Wave: Screenshots

Google Wave: Screenshots

Sydney developer Lars Rasmussen has done it again. Check out the first screenshots of Wave, Google's new centralised collaboration tool that mashes together emails, instant messaging and wiki-style communication into one open-sourced service.

published May 28, 2009 by

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Web Directions South: Photos

Web Directions South: Photos

Thousands of Australian Web technologists and internet workers are attending the Web Directions South conference in Sydney this week. We dropped in to see what all the fuss was about.

published September 28, 2008 by

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Adobe CTO responds to dispute with Apple

At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch compares Apple's recent moves regarding Flash to the fight over railroad gauge standardization 150 years ago, arguing that when one company tries to carve out an exclusive space for itself, it hurts competition and consumers. Lynch says regarding Apple's strategy, "I don't think it's the role of a company to decide what people should be making."

published May 5, 2010 by

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Why did Jerry Yang take the CEO role at Yahoo?

At the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, John Battelle, chairman of Federated Media Publishing, talks to Jerry Yang about his job as CEO of Yahoo. Yang discusses his decision to take the position, the challenges he's faced since then, and his vision for building a better advertising and content platform.

published November 6, 2008 by

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Software licensing agreement strategies revealed

ZDNet senior editor Sam Diaz talks to Eliot Arlo Colon, president of Miro Consulting, discussing the ins and out of software licensing agreements with companies like Oracle. Colon shares his views on new Web 2.0 software and how businesses can get an edge in the negotiating process.

published September 26, 2008 by

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Mozilla goes mobile

At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Mozilla Foundation Chairman Mitchell Baker talks about the company's plans to enter the smartphone market with Fennec, a mobile version of its Firefox browser. She also discusses how the new, open platform will encourage Web 2.0 application development.

published April 25, 2008 by

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Yahoo CTO talks up Open Strategy

At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Chief Technology Officer Ari Balogh says he's working on "rewiring Yahoo from the inside out" through a developer platform called Yahoo Open Strategy. YOS' goal is to help Yahoo's front page, plus properties such as Yahoo Mail, offer a more relevant and contextualized user experience. Users will also be able to add applications from Yahoo and third parties on various pages.

published April 24, 2008 by

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Travelocity CTO: Barry Vandevier

Barry Vandevier, CTO of online travel site Travelocity and CIO of the company's parent Sabre Holdings talks to ZDNet editor-in-chief, Dan Farber about his company's efforts to deploy Web 2.0 technologies, such as Ajax and mashups, for the next generation of online travel. He also discusses Travelocity's green strategy--a program that allows users to purchase "carbon offsets" when booking travel.

published July 24, 2007 by

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Video: Jaxtr's Web 2.0 spin on Net phone calls

Stanford student Megan Zoback, a one-time intern for Jaxtr, is spreading the word about the company's effort to bring online calling into the MySpace.com era--with no need to download software. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari listens in on Zoback's primer. (Note: Zoback currently has no formal relation with the VoIP company and has not been compensated for her use of the free service.)

published May 17, 2007 by

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Marketers embrace user-generated content revolution

While some critics dismiss user-generated content as amateur and rife with licensing issues, marketers and advertisers are exploring business models to generate revenue. These include product placement, sponsorships and contests. We hear from Charlene Li, principal analyst at Forrester, Andrew Keen, author of Cult of the Amateur, and Dan Farber, ZDNet editor in chief.

published April 27, 2007 by

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NICTA demos 'intelligent road' system

An intelligent road monitoring system, which can identify vehicle breakdowns, monitor traffic congestion and manage traffic light systems, was demonstrated by researchers from National ICT Australia this week.At NICTA's annual Techfest exhibition, which was held in Melbourne on Monday, the Smart Transport and Roads (STaR) project was showing off its traffic management system that could one day be used to help reduce congestion and pollution while extending the life of the road infrastructure.

published March 8, 2007 by

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Wotif: Paul Young, CIO

Wotif is one of the most popular online marketplaces for last-minute hotel accommodation in Australia and New Zealand. In this interview, the company's CIO Paul Young talks about some of the important technical and business decisions he has made in order to successfully manage the infrastructure of a rapidly growing Web 2.0 company.

published March 5, 2007 by

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Yahoo! Messenger 3.0

Yahoo! Messenger 3.0

Version 3.0 of Yahoo!'s Messenger(Download) instant-messaging client includes new features like voice chat, online conversations, and better integration between Messenger and Yahoo!

published July 28, 2000 by

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