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How is web 2.0 being utilized by businesses? What are issues and trends facing the management and users?

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Web 2.0 in the Enterprise, Talk by Sam Huleatt Web 2.0 in the Enterprise, Talk by Sam Huleatt Presentation Transcript

  • Web 2.0 in the Enterprise Presented by Sam Huleatt CEO, Heights Media Group 1 of 21
  • Web 2.0 Innovations “Consumer-Facing” web applications Collect, Organize, Republish, Extend, Share Perpetuates new era of Openness & Socialization
  • What’s Different About Web2? Traditional Technology Adoption Pattern: Military > Enterprise > End-Users Web 2.0: Starts with End-Users! Example: Instant Messaging View slide
  • Web 2.0 + Business = Enterprise 2.0 4 of 21 View slide
  • What is Enterprise 2.0? “The use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers” - Andrew McAfee
  • Employee Expectations Employees bring from home expectations of how computing should be… Q: Why use company email when I can use Facebook messaging? “I want to write about work on my blog” “I’ll look it up on Wikipedia”
  • Challenges Businesses lag consumers on the tech curve Companies struggle with the reality of employees using tools not behind the firewall Q: How do companies embrace technology that encourages openness, disrupts conventions and whose value is difficult to measure?
  • Specific Fears • Data Security • Identity • Privacy • Information Authenticity • Copyright & IP
  • Employee Buy-in Reluctance to adopt technology not offering individual incentive Technology learning curve 9x Rule (McAfee) Fear of accountability
  • E2 Concepts Folksonomy (tagging) Crowd Sourcing (collective intelligence) Productivity Automation (lowers costs) Software as a Service Social Architecture (Social Networking)
  • Enterprise Offerings Legacy Systems: Oracle, SAP, Microsoft Collaboration 1.0: IM, Email, Basecamp (silos) SaaS Systems: Salesforce.com
  • Enterprise2 Offerings Blogs, Wikis, Social Bookmarking Communications: Skype, Video Conferencing Hosted Processors: Zoho, Google Docs Platforms (Mashups): IBM, Blogtronix, SocialText
  • Enterprise Hybrids Social Media Tools: Prediction Markets, Corporate Social Networking, Digg, LinkedIn Answers Niche SaaS Apps: Freshbooks, Blinksale, Dopplr
  • Enterprise Trends 13 of 21
  • Office Infrastructure 2.0 90% of enterprises consider themselves “virtual,” with team members in separate geographic locations • Globalization • Niche Specialization • Entrepreneurship **Gartner
  • Communications Shift 42% Communicate Mostly via IM 90+ Daily average minutes spent on social networks 11 Average Number of Text Messages sent daily (mobile)
  • Power Shift! Leadership can emerge at any level Tech savvy employees can outperform the highest IQ’s Generation Y employees demanding work/life balance = remote work
  • Conclusion 17 of 21
  • No Clear Winner: Up for Grabs! Microsoft market share is threatened Google Strategy: Innovation & acquisition AOL & Yahoo Looking for new strategies
  • What’s Next? Facebook for Business? Virtual Worlds…SecondLife Streams: Pownce, Tumblr
  • Thanks! Sam Huleatt LeveragingIdeas.com HeightsMediaGroup.com