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Profile 2.0

by interested human at IBM on Apr 21, 2008

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some thoughts on the importance of a users profile for Enterprises 2.0

some thoughts on the importance of a users profile for Enterprises 2.0

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  • sparkbouy Chris Sparshott, interested human at IBM Just to let you know that the first four comments are for a previous version of profile 2.0. 5 years ago
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  • sparkbouy Chris Sparshott, interested human at IBM Hi gbanerji thanks for your comments. i think the problem around profile or persona is the hugeness of it all and who owns the profile! The government owns a lot but isn't easy to integrate with, the telcos want to own you craddle to the grave but I will advocate profile.org for each country 'cos your profile is your life and I think will start to generate the next 'class' system....I think flock is a good example of public social profile aggregation but it needs to go deeper to be of value to business.

    Thanks for your comments! I must update this deck!
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  • gbanerji Gaurab Banerji, Collaboration Strategist at Tibco Software (tibbr) Great points and observations here. We took a stab at addressing these points using a multi-faceted identity (profile) concept. Still in the early stages, but would love to get your opinion on the concept... http://www.slideshare.net/gbanerji/personal-communications-for-all-your-facets 5 years ago
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  • grahairs Graham Bennett, Training & Development Specialist at GGB Bearing Technology Interesting points - thanks for sharing this. 5 years ago
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  • etalbert NSW Department of Education at NSW Department of Education Profile and Identity are important concepts in the web 2.0 world. Thanks for the show. 5 years ago
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