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Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion
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Social Computing In The Enterprise BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion

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Though we wouldn’t think twice about it, social computing has been around since the beginning of enterprise computing. Some examples of social software include: email, blogs, wikis, instant messaging …

Though we wouldn’t think twice about it, social computing has been around since the beginning of enterprise computing. Some examples of social software include: email, blogs, wikis, instant messaging & presence awareness, media sharing, social bookmarking & search, social networking, and web conferencing. The latest wave of social computing applications and standards are often dubbed Web 2.0 or Collaborative Software.

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  • What is Social Computing and How Does it Differ from Social Networking?
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    • 1. 2009.05.04 BarCampBuffalo Open Discussion Social Computing in the Enterprise: Social Software Considerations www.jatana.com S. Navpreet Jatana
    • 2. About Me 2  IT Executive, most recently CIO of Erie County, a diverse, 5600+ employee enterprise  Passionate about  Affecting change and innovating using IT  Delivering Business/IT strategic alignment  For more: www.jatana.com www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 3. Discussion Overview 3  Social Computing vs. Social Networking  Web 2.0 Themes  “Everything” 2.0  Enterprise 2.0  Business Drivers  Business Challenges  Implementation Framework  Social Software Value Proposition/Timeline  Social Software Impact; Marketing 2.0 Process www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 4. Social Computing vs. Social Networking 4  Social Networking is a specific exploitation of Social Computing  Social Computing allows for interaction using technology, including:  Email, Blogs, Wikis, Instant Messaging & Presence Awareness, Media Sharing, Social Bookmarking & Search, Social Networking, Web Conferencing  Social Computing also known as:  Collaborative Software, Web 2.0 www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 5. Web 2.0 Themes “Tag Cloud” 5 www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 6. “Everything” 2.0 6  Enterprise 2.0 (Business + Social Software)  Web 2.0 in the Enterprise  AIIM defines Enterprise 2.0 as quot;a system of web- based technologies that provide rapid and agile collaboration, information sharing, emergence and integration capabilities in the extended enterprisequot;.  Government 2.0 (Democracy + Transparency)  Web 2.0 in Government  Increased: speed, efficiency, convenience, data standardization [data.gov forthcoming] www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 7. Diplomacy in Government 2.0? 7 www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 8. Enterprise 2.0: Business Drivers 8  Cost Reduction  Employee Engagement  Encourage Bottom-up Innovation  Collective Intelligence  Enhanced Collaboration, Community-building  Collaborative Decision Making  Email Reduction  Knowledge Retention & Management  Increased Adoption, Greater Value  Effective, Real-Time Communication  Connecting with Customers  Cultivating Prosumers [Producer/Consumer] www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 9. Enterprise 2.0: Business Challenges 9  Creating Business Case/ROI Justification  Cultural Dynamics  Policies for Participation  Controlling the Message  Organizational Boundaries Are Blurring; IP Evaporation  Concerns Sharing “Work-in-Progress” vs. “Publication”  Who Disseminates the Message?  Permanence of Message  “Diamonds Web publications are forever.”  Record Retention & Regulatory Compliance  Additional Communications Channels to Cultivate/Maintain  Require Additional Resources www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 10. Enterprise 2.0: Implementation Framework 10 Enterprise 2.0 is the Intersection of Organizational Culture and Technology: Understand Drivers, Creat e Enabling Frameworks, Support Initiatives, Dri ve Adoption and Value www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 11. Enterprise 2.0: Social Software Value Proposition/Timeline 11 www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 12. Enterprise 2.0: Social Software Impact; Marketing 2.0 Process 12 www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 13. Enterprise 2.0: More Information, Case Studies, Links 13  Information Age: Web 2.0 in business  http://www.information-age.com/channels/information- management/features/650221/web-20-in-business.thtml  Implementing Enterprise 2.0  http://implementingenterprise2.com/  How Much Scale Is Needed in Enterprise 2.0 Employee Adoption?  http://bhc3.wordpress.com/2009/03/02/how-much-scale-is-needed-in- enterprise-20-employee-adoption/  Business Week: IBM-MIT Research - Putting a Price on Social Connections  http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/apr2009/tc2009047_031301. htm  Enterprise 2.0: Reality Check  http://www.cio-weblog.com/50226711/enterprise_20_reality_check.php  Social Networking Tools Stimulate Government Operational Efficiency and Transparency  http://www.businesswire.com/news/google/20090504005036/en www.jatana.com 2009.05.04
    • 14. Discussion… 14  Where does your business stand? www.jatana.com 2009.05.04

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