tibbr Presents at TUCON I The Real Value of Social in the Enterprise
 

tibbr Presents at TUCON I The Real Value of Social in the Enterprise

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Explore what is possible when a powerful social computing platform intelligently and securely brings together people, data, and processes to collaborate in a contextual way. ...

Explore what is possible when a powerful social computing platform intelligently and securely brings together people, data, and processes to collaborate in a contextual way.

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  • THE world's internet users spent 110 billion minutes on social-networking sites in April, double the amount of time compared with a year earlier, according to the most recent monthly data from Nielsen. Nearly a quarter of all time online is now used to keep up with friends (and sometimes strangers). Americans spend 53.5 billion minutes in May on FaceBook We are sharing our status, opinion and locations
  • Knowledge workers spend 30% of the working day looking for information 68% of enterprise data still sits in a legacy system in a datacenter 1,530 exabytes 33,000,000,000,000 documents Everywhere you look, the quantity of information in the world is soaring. According to one estimate, mankind created 150 exabytes (billion gigabytes) of data in 2005. This year, it will create 1,200 exabytes
  • 1. Context – not just content & Relevant
  • Knowledge workers spend 30% of the working day looking for information Managers spend two hours/workday searching for information to make decisions 50% of the information found in this manner is of no value. 1,530 exabytes 33,000,000,000,000 documents
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  • Social in the Enterprise SRIRAM CHAKRAVARTHY © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • Overwhelming © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • 14 Calls Per Day 9 Different Systems 100s of Emails 1000s of Physical Files © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • SocialEnterprise Needs more then just another tool that mimics “Facebook” in the enterprise © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • Customer Escalations ShipmentStatus Samsung HRBenefits © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • Enterprise Social …. © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • Actionable Event streams Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Applications People Subjects Life Stream Work Stream © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • Enterprise ready security & privacy © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • Deploy your way © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • Suppliers © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • Quick start © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • Community Managers © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • The social layer © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • tibbr @ TUCONSocial in the Enterprise track SpaceShip Solution Showcase tibbr Instance – http://tucon.tibbr.com New Technology Track – Thursday 9 AM © Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.
  • Questions?© Copyright 2000-2011 TIBCO Software Inc.