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Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features
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Spsdc2013 kaleidoscope of social features

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There are many popular platforms, including SharePoint, that have announced the “introduction” of social features. But what is the difference between Social (unstructured) and structured …

There are many popular platforms, including SharePoint, that have announced the “introduction” of social features. But what is the difference between Social (unstructured) and structured collaboration? It’s hard to identify the features that these systems provide to build a social enterprise. We will explore how current business processes, organizational culture and the expressed business needs can guide you from utilizing one technology to many…and most importantly, having people like and use them!

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    • 1. The Kaleidoscope of Social Features: What Are They And How Do We Use Them December 7, 2013 October 29, 2013
    • 2. Thanks to our sponsors!
    • 3. 3 Adam Levithan Senior Consultant Portal Solutions alevithan@portalsolutions.net @portalsolutions @collabadam
    • 4. 4 Kaleidoscope?
    • 5. 5 How can I use “social” features to enhance the way my organization works?
    • 6. 6 Social Unstructured Structured Collaboration What is Social? Inspired by: Christian Buckley
    • 7. 7 Type of Content Temporary Record Audience Individual Team Enterprise Comparing Features
    • 8. 8 Instant Message Alevithan: Do you use Instant Messenger to communicate? SarcasticColleauge: Yes, actually I’m using Instant Messenger Right now That’s a really good point
    • 9. 9 Instant Message E-Mail
    • 10. 10 Instant Message E-Mail Social Online Storage Team Site/ Extranet
    • 11. 11 Instant Message E-Mail Social Team Sites/ Extranet Online Storage Intranet
    • 12. 12 Instant Message E-Mail Social Team Sites/ Extranet Online Storage Intranet Document/ Record Management
    • 13. 13 Social/ Unstructured
    • 14. 14 Microblog/ Newsfeed
    • 15. 15 Microblog/ Newsfeed
    • 16. 16 Microblog/ Newsfeed Discussion board
    • 17. 17 Microblog/ Newsfeed Discussion board
    • 18. 18 Microblog/ Newsfeed Discussion board Blog
    • 19. 19 Microblog/ Newsfeed Discussion board Blog
    • 20. 20 Microblog/ Newsfeed Discussion board Blog Wiki
    • 21. 21 Microblog/ Newsfeed Discussion board Blog Wiki
    • 22. 22 Microblog/ Newsfeed Discussion board Blog Wiki Group/ Community
    • 23. 23 Microblog/ Newsfeed Discussion board Blog Wiki Group/ Community
    • 24. 24 E-Mail Record Type of Content Temporary Instant Message Inside your company NOW Individual Team Audience Enterprise
    • 25. 25 Inside your company SOON Temporary Instant Message E-Mail Type of Content Tacit Knowledge Exchange Social Online Storage Team Sites/ Extranet Record Intranet Document/ Record Management Individual Team Audience Enterprise
    • 26. 26 Technology Foundation Type of Content Temporary Instant Message E-Mail Social Online Storage Team Sites/ Extranet Record Intranet Document/ Record Management Individual Team Audience Enterprise
    • 27. 27 How does unstructured fit within my organization? • Overall Culture • Specific need
    • 28. 28 Overall Business Needs • Goals for communication and Mobility in the future • Industry/Internal compliance standards • Access to long-term knowledge
    • 29. 29 Return on Investment • Happy Employees = Employee Retention • Increased Ideation & Finding Answers = Productivity measured in minutes • Increase in remote working = Travel Savings
    • 30. 30 social technologies make their jobs more enjoyable (66%), more productive (62%) and "help them get work done faster" (57%). All in all, said Avanade, of IT decision makers said such those businesses currently using social , 82% want to use more of them in the future. collaboration tools Source: InformationWeek article on Avanade study http://ubm.io/17WDTQs

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