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  • First company to bring microblogging into the enterpriseDubbed Enterprise Twitter or Twitter with a business modelNYT names Yammer 1 of 9 websites that IT pros should master in 2009
  • Tech Crunch 50: it is a conference that aims to find the best Web 2.0 startups and launch them in front of industries most influential venture capitalists, companies and press.Geni. Com is a geneology website
  • Can easily take and upload a photo with the iphoneAutomatically save messages into drafts
  • AMD = Advanced Microdevices, computer processors and related technologiesDisney!Scott Kelley the Principal Collaboration Specialist in IT knowledge managementDisney joined right after it wont TechCrunch50Uses it everyday but considers it a 90-9-1 rule of social media 90 are lurkers 9 contribute from time to time 1 participate very oftenUse it for maintaining social connections, keeping mobile employees in touchAunt PatUses it everyday on the iphone applicationCollaboration and research -questions about projects -yammered to ask ppl to send me their thoughts on yammer, two responses in an hour -she finds that people really like to collaborate this way, its very friends and gives you access to people you don’t normally work withPeople have asked questions about computers, software, updates on what is happening in the parksUses it to define ambiguous terms, to collect a consensus. Like what does revenue entail (could screw up the whole calculation)Likes it because everyone can see the message, not just people you add. Or you can create private groupsYou can follow specific people or you can see everyonesIt is a closer knit community unlike all the millions of people on twitterLikes yammer better than googlewave, better iphone app.
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    • 1. Yammer
      Natalie Vache
    • 2. What is Yammer?
      A microbloggingservice for businesses
      Based around the question: “What are you working on?”
      Allows users to connect and share with people in their company or organization.
      Aims to improve workforce productivity, connect a geographically dispersed team, and increase the flow of content and knowledge.
      Founders believe “email and IM fall short of providing the central communication hub necessary to optimize workforce productivity.”
    • 3. History
      Founder: David Sacks
      Launched September 2008
      @ TechCrunch50 Conference
      Idea from Geni.com
      Backed by Charles River Ventures and the Founders Fund
    • 4. Users and Costs
      November 3rd, 2009: passed the 50,000 network mark
      Launched just over a year ago
      FREE!
      Yammer is a free service but companies can claim their networks in order to obtain more administrative rights and security features.
      Pay $3 per month per user
      Benefits: password expiration, adding/blocking members and broadcast messages
    • 5. Features
      Very similar to both Twitter and Facebook
      Profile
      Tags
      Photos
      “What are you working on?”
      Feed can be viewed in 2 ways:
      Stream (like Twitter)
      Threads (like Facebook)
      Can create “private groups” for individual teams
      “Like” Button
      Can only log in with a company/organization email
    • 6. Accessibility
      iPhone application
      Blackberry application
      Can even integrate with Twitter
    • 7. Who uses Yammer?
      Over 50,000 companies
      AMD
      http://vimeo.com/5299239
      “Fortune 500 media and entertainment company”
    • 8. Discussion
      Could/Should Yammer be integrated into schools?
      Group projects
      Class time/location changes
      Contact with teachers/peers
      Does Facebook already get the job done?
    • 9. Sources
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yammer
      http://www.crunchbase.com/company/yammer
      https://www.yammer.com/about/about
      http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/technology/images/2008/09/10/yammer.jpg
      http://thedigitalsanctuary.org/wp-content/uploads/yammer.jpg

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