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Taking the Training Wheels Off Social Software

by Analyst at Constellation Research on Jun 20, 2012

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The Shift From Sharing To Getting Work Done ...

The Shift From Sharing To Getting Work Done

Over the last few years employees have slowly grown accustomed to using social software at work. Actions such as posting status updates, sharing links to web sites and publishing personal blogs have provided great starting points for getting people engaged, but now it's time for employees to start using social software to help Get Work Done. In this session we'll discuss the growing trends of using social tools for task/project management and integration of social elements into core-businesses process. You'll hear how departments such as Human Resources, Marketing and Support can use social technologies to improve the way people work. Topics will include social/workforce analytics, social media monitoring, mobile devices and gamification. It's time to take social software from a tool for sharing to a key contributor of company success.

Presented at E2Conf Boston by
Alan Lepofsky and Yvette Cameron of Constellation Research

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  • alanlepo Alan Lepofsky, Analyst at Constellation Research DataStax, yes they are standalone, but showing them as integrated is actually a step up, as I feel integration is better. I'll try and make that clearer in my report. 1 year ago
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  • alanlepo Alan Lepofsky, Analyst at Constellation Research Thank you Johnt. It's hard to keep up with every vendor, but I try. 1 year ago
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  • DataStax DataStax Sparqlight IS standalone as well. It's activity stream is easily as full featured and useful as Yammers. Thanks. 1 year ago
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  • alanlepo Alan Lepofsky, Analyst at Constellation Research Thank you John. 1 year ago
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  • johnt johnt I've seen a screenshot of Tibbr's upcoming tasks module

    I seem to recall fMYi also had task management
    http://www.fmyi.com/tour/pages/
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