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How can I develop an intranet 2.0 strategy? Which tools best suit my strategy? The number of social media tools available to organizations today can be overwhelming. With your organization’s efficiency and collaboration on the line, it’s important to pick the right one. Despite their potential impact, the best social media tools are seldom chosen by organizations looking to support their unique intranet 2.0 strategies.

Join Carmine Porco, GM and VP of Client Deliverables, as he walks through several social media tools, explaining their pros and cons, their benefits to an organization, and the ideal intranet environment to support them.

Learning outcomes:
• Learn the steps to developing an intranet 2.0 strategy (where to start)
• Learn the correct methodology to choosing the right intranet 2.0 tool
• Discover which social media tools best suit your organization
• Learn how to maintain an effective intranet 2.0 environment
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  • Microsoft released the public beta of SharePoint 2010 in November. Its claim to fame is its support of rapid app development. SharePoint has become one of Microsoft's most insanely popular products and Microsoft would like to see the 2010 version become the de facto platform for custom business social apps. To that end, the folks at Microsoft's Emerging Business Team held a contest the week of Jan. 25. They invited seven start-ups known for their social networking products to come to Microsoft. The challenge: build a social networking app on SharePoint 2010 in one week. The stakes: the competitors got to present their app to a roster of venture capitalists, Fortune 500 customers and other SharePoint experts. The winner, announced Friday, Jan. 29, is Huddle Confer is the maker of a set of social apps that include microblogging and secure chat. For the competition, Confer integrated its microblogging app into SharePoint 2010. In this way, Confer bridges the gap for communicating with internal employees and external peeps, simplifying communication.
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  • Microsoft released the public beta of SharePoint 2010 in November. Its claim to fame is its support of rapid app development. SharePoint has become one of Microsoft's most insanely popular products and Microsoft would like to see the 2010 version become the de facto platform for custom business social apps. To that end, the folks at Microsoft's Emerging Business Team held a contest the week of Jan. 25. They invited seven start-ups known for their social networking products to come to Microsoft. The challenge: build a social networking app on SharePoint 2010 in one week. The stakes: the competitors got to present their app to a roster of venture capitalists, Fortune 500 customers and other SharePoint experts. The winner, announced Friday, Jan. 29, is Huddle Confer is the maker of a set of social apps that include microblogging and secure chat. For the competition, Confer integrated its microblogging app into SharePoint 2010. In this way, Confer bridges the gap for communicating with internal employees and external peeps, simplifying communication.
  • Microsoft released the public beta of SharePoint 2010 in November. Its claim to fame is its support of rapid app development. SharePoint has become one of Microsoft's most insanely popular products and Microsoft would like to see the 2010 version become the de facto platform for custom business social apps. To that end, the folks at Microsoft's Emerging Business Team held a contest the week of Jan. 25. They invited seven start-ups known for their social networking products to come to Microsoft. The challenge: build a social networking app on SharePoint 2010 in one week. The stakes: the competitors got to present their app to a roster of venture capitalists, Fortune 500 customers and other SharePoint experts. The winner, announced Friday, Jan. 29, is Huddle Confer is the maker of a set of social apps that include microblogging and secure chat. For the competition, Confer integrated its microblogging app into SharePoint 2010. In this way, Confer bridges the gap for communicating with internal employees and external peeps, simplifying communication.
  • Microsoft released the public beta of SharePoint 2010 in November. Its claim to fame is its support of rapid app development. SharePoint has become one of Microsoft's most insanely popular products and Microsoft would like to see the 2010 version become the de facto platform for custom business social apps. To that end, the folks at Microsoft's Emerging Business Team held a contest the week of Jan. 25. They invited seven start-ups known for their social networking products to come to Microsoft. The challenge: build a social networking app on SharePoint 2010 in one week. The stakes: the competitors got to present their app to a roster of venture capitalists, Fortune 500 customers and other SharePoint experts. The winner, announced Friday, Jan. 29, is Huddle Confer is the maker of a set of social apps that include microblogging and secure chat. For the competition, Confer integrated its microblogging app into SharePoint 2010. In this way, Confer bridges the gap for communicating with internal employees and external peeps, simplifying communication.
  • Microsoft released the public beta of SharePoint 2010 in November. Its claim to fame is its support of rapid app development. SharePoint has become one of Microsoft's most insanely popular products and Microsoft would like to see the 2010 version become the de facto platform for custom business social apps. To that end, the folks at Microsoft's Emerging Business Team held a contest the week of Jan. 25. They invited seven start-ups known for their social networking products to come to Microsoft. The challenge: build a social networking app on SharePoint 2010 in one week. The stakes: the competitors got to present their app to a roster of venture capitalists, Fortune 500 customers and other SharePoint experts. The winner, announced Friday, Jan. 29, is Huddle Confer is the maker of a set of social apps that include microblogging and secure chat. For the competition, Confer integrated its microblogging app into SharePoint 2010. In this way, Confer bridges the gap for communicating with internal employees and external peeps, simplifying communication.
  • Cortex Intelligence's market intelligence app allows SharePoint 2010 users to pull-in data from external sources as SharePoint Web Parts. Web Parts are server-side controls that run inside special pages in an ASP.NET application or a Windows SharePoint Services site. The Cortex app can draw in quantitative market data, perform text mining on news articles and top it all off with qualified social media data. Cortex' SharePoint Web Parts also integrate with SharePoint's collaboration features, enabling users to share, discuss and act on the insights triggered by the market intelligence.
  • Thousands of businesses globally use Huddle's cloud-based workspaces to mange projects, share information, collaborate on content and run meetings with teams outside the firewall. With Huddle for Microsoft SharePoint 2010, enterprise teams can invite external users into their daily workflow and synchronize their SharePoint document libraries with content stored on the Huddle network, or even on other SharePoint sites. SharePoint users can also gain access to their files through Huddle's online, mobile and desktop applications.
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