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ITSinsider '09 Prognostications

by Change Agent Whisperer at Austin on Jan 02, 2009

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This presentation looks into the future 12 months and suggests what we might see trending in the enterprise 2.0 category.

This presentation looks into the future 12 months and suggests what we might see trending in the enterprise 2.0 category.

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  • itsinsider Susan Scrupski, Change Agent Whisperer at Austin Hi there. These Ins/Outs are meant to be whimsical. Please don't take them too seriously. My point on LinkedIn is that because of its early affiliation with OpenSocial, I expect to see many more social features coming from LinkedIn. As white collar workers start to feel the pressures of the economic crisis (job insecurity, layoffs, salary and bonus cuts), they'll begin to leverage their professional social networks for career stability. Although I'm a huge fan of Facebook, I don't see the same benefit/opportunities. Facebook's emphasis is weighted more heavily on the 'social' vs. the 'networking' that LinkedIn provides fairly well. Be happy to discuss further on the ITSinsider blog. 5 years ago
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  • saqibali Saqib Ali Susan, I would like hear your thoughts on why you think FB is on the way out, and what features (other than LinkedIn Answers) does LI provides that FB doesn’t provide.

    Even though FB is currently being used for after school activities, there is nothing to prevent it from being used in school.
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