Changing Workforce Because of “Web 2.0” Technologies for BDM/IW
Demo, Description of Blogs and Wiki’s
Phone 2.0 and Difference in Driving Business through People
Demo Phone 2.0
Solutions of Focus for Presentation Business Intelligence Collaboration Search Portal Business Forms Content Management Server-based Excel spreadsheets and data visualization, Report Center, BI Web Parts, KPIs/Dashboards Integrated document management, records management, and Web content management with policies and workflow Rich and Web forms based front-ends, LOB actions, enterprise SSO Docs/tasks/calendars, blogs, wikis, e-mail integration, project management “lite”, Outlook integration, offline docs/lists Enterprise scalability, contextual relevance, rich people and business data search Enterprise Portal template, Site Directory, My Sites, social networking, privacy control Platform Services Workspaces, Mgmt, Security, Storage, Topology, Site Model
Challenges of the Information Worker Communicating in 2008
Number of Emails
Number of Voicemails
Number of Phone Calls
Other vehicles to communicate in 2008???
1 Source: January 2008, Spirit Magazine, Emails. http://www.spiritmag.com/2008_01/clickthis/01emails.php White-collar workers receive about 140 e-mails a day. * Every time you trash unwanted mail, your company loses 4 cents, since it takes about three seconds of paid time to spot and trash a spam message. An overactive spam filter that “eats” legitimate messages costs much more. “We worked out that productivity loss, and the average was about four minutes,” says Richi Jennings, an e-mail security analyst for Ferris Research. “That lost time is worth about $3.50.”
What’s the role of Social Computing in your organization?
Innovation is moving from a top-down to bottom-up model
Value is shifting from ownership to experiences
Power is moving from institutions to communities 1
"Web 2.0 is the business revolution in the computer industry caused by the move to the internet as platform, and an attempt to understand the rules for success on that new platform." 2 - Tim O’Reilly, O’Reilly Media President & CEO 1 Source: Forrester Research, Inc. “Social Computing - How Networks Erode Institutional Power, And What to Do About It”, February 2006 2 Source: December 2006, “Web 2.0 Compact Definition: Trying Again” Web 2.0/Social Computing Characterizations Aggregators Wikis Folksonomy User Centered Joy of Use Pagerank Participation Six Degrees Usability Widgets Recommendation Social Software FOAF Videocasting Podcasting Sharing Collaboration Perpetual Beta Simplicity Browser Audio IM Video Design AJAX Convergence CSS Pay Per Click UMTS Mobility Atom SVG Ruby on Rails VC Trust Affiliation OpenAPIs RSS Semantic Web Standards SEO Economy OpenID Remixability REST Standardization The Long Tail Data Driven Accessibility Microformats Syndication XML Modularity SOAP XHTML XFN Blogs
Social Computing is the next wave of collaboration 1 st Wave 2 nd Wave 3 rd Wave: Social Computing “ Social Computing is not a fad. Nor is it something that will pass you or your company by. Gradually, Social Computing will impact almost every role, at every kind of company, in all parts of the world. Firms should approach Social Computing as an ongoing learning process, using some of the best practices of firms that have successfully taken the first steps.” 1 - Forrester Research 1 Source: Forrester Research, Inc. “Social Computing - How Networks Erode Institutional Power, And What to Do About It”, February 2006
Employees are bringing these tools to the workplace Base: IT decision-makers at US firms with 500 or more employees using Web 2.0 technologies “ Blogging is a great option, for users can search blogs using keywords, and sharing firmwide intellectual property and collaborating with colleagues. It’s better than using e-mail because we can archive and retrieve all the posted ideas and information for later use.” 2 - Tom Baldwin, Sheppard Mullin Chief Knowledge Officer 1 Source: May 2007, North American Enterprise Web 2.0 Online Survey revision 2 Source: Sheppard Mullin Case study, http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/casestudy.aspx?casestudyid=201199
Harness the power of your social network-Benefits
Identity And Presence At The Core Connect the Right Way Reduced Overload User-Centric Communication Single User Identity
When You Have Software Communications Conferencing Identity and Presence Streamlined Communications Operational Efficiency Built-in Protection Future-Ready Software Foundation Instant Messaging Application Integration Team Workspaces Across Networks Across Devices E-Mail/ Calendaring VoIP
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