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Collaborative Team Technologies Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Assignment 1 Team Technology Online Poster Imran Dalwai
  • 2. Introduction to Folksonomy
    • Definition:
      • A means of classifying and categorizing digital content through collaborative efforts of the users of the data.
    • Capabilities:
      • Ability to create and organize personal collections of bookmarks through meaningful Tags (simple description of the content).
      • Allows creators to store bookmarks centrally online thereby minimizing the dependency on personal machines & browsers.
      • Share personal bookmarks with others. Can easily identify interests and expertise of others just based on searching and browsing Tags.
      • Helps develop dynamic communities of practice as opposed to passive directories of expertise.
  • 3. Implementation Cost
    • Hard Cost
      • Licensing Cost
      • Integration Cost with the existing enterprise collaborative infrastructure
      • Training, Documentation and User support.
    • Soft Cost
      • Vendor analysis / Due diligence
      • Obtaining necessary buy-in from management
      • Generating a receptive culture among users
  • 4. Products and Services Enterprise Space Consumer Space
    • IBM Lotus Connections ( Dogear ) ($110 per user one-time perpetual license)
    • Connectbeam
    • Microsoft Sharepoint
    • Cogenz
    • Google Apps Enterprise
    • del.icio.us
    • StumbleUpon
    • Technorati
    • Flickr
    • CiteULike
  • 5. Anticipated Benefits
  • 6. Room for improvement
    • Redundancy Control
    • Misleading representation of information
    • Lack of precision of results
    • Privacy concerns
    • Scalability
  • 7. Key Success Factors
    • Generating critical mass of users
    • Privacy concerns by users in an enterprise
    • Balancing public access and confidentiality
    • Symbiotic existence with traditional controlled classification systems
    • Gaining necessary support of users to dynamically participate
  • 8. Thank You!