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Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
Enterprise computing and social networking
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  • Ask why communication is so important – it engages customer, drives sales, engages employee drives productivity
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    • 1. Enterprise computing and Social n/w
    • 2. social networking eclipsed e-mail as the primary form of communication in the online world
    • 3. Frost and Sullivan Survey
      • 54% of all respondents use Web2.0 technologies for professional use
      • 4. 64% of enterprise respondents said their fellow employees use social networking tools at work
      Facebook is everywhere, so is Twitter and Linkedin and about a million others.
    • 5. The goal
      the key hallmark of Web 2.0 is efficiency for end users, and the ultimate goal is to use technology like Ajax, rich Internet applications, blogs, wikis, and social networks to foster productive, advantageous behavior among employees, customers, partners, and other networks such as Social Computing, the Information Workplace, and collective intelligence.
    • 6. Web 2.0 is the broader category, and it includes a variety of tools including wikis, blogs, team spaces, profile capabilities, advanced search, and social networking sites like Facebook, Linked In and Twitter.
    • 7. The 2 category of tools are different
    • 8. Web 2.0 tools
      allow employees to collaborate hands-on on projects, documentation and collateral. They also allow them to share institutional knowledge and identify skills and expertise within their organizations. For most companies, these tools have a real and immediate impact on the bottom line, because they enable faster, better collaboration—and, as a result, better and faster decision making, too.
    • 9. Social networking sites
      they help companies develop and track their brand in the larger world drive corporate marketing initiatives.this'san outbound, customer-facing function
    • 10. Web 2.0 is about the tools of communication
      and
      social networking websites are the medium of communicating
    • 11. Mash Up
      aggregate and stitch together third-party data.
      Thought #1 : Mash google map with CRM
      Thought #2 : Mash Event with calendar
      Thought#3:
      Thought#4:
    • 12. Tagging…tag clod
      User generated keywords for definition
      Thought #1 : Tag cloud in portal
      Thought #2 : Tag cloud in KM
      Thought#3: Tag cloud in ERP
      Thought#4: Tag cloud in DMS
    • 13. Wiki
      Website that allows for easy creation and sharing of content
      Thought #1 : Online project management
      Thought #2 : KM
      Thought#3:
      Thought#4:
    • 14. RSS Feed
      family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works
      Thought #1 : in ERP
      Thought #2 :
      Thought#3:
      Thought#4:
    • 15. Social networking
      People you may know algorithm
      Thought #1 : CRM for intuitive prediction
      Thought #2 :
      Thought#3:
      Thought#4:
    • 16. Blogs
      Editable online journal
      Thought #1 : product release
      Thought #2 : bolt on
      Thought#3: new service areas
      Thought#4:
    • 17. Bookmarking
      Tagging content and making it available online
      Thought #1 :
      Thought #2 :
      Thought#3:
      Thought#4:
    • 18. Let us see what some others are doing
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    • 23. Devasis Roy
      d.roy@essindia.co.in

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