We've Only Just Begun: Web 2.0 and Its Impact on the Modern Enterprise

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Oct. 17, 2008

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We've Only Just Begun: Web 2.0 and Its Impact on the Modern Enterprise

  1. “ We’ve Only Just Begun” The Impact of Web 2.0 Web 2.0 Kongress, Hamburg 14 th October 2008 John Eckman, PhD Sr. Director, Optaros Labs Optaros, inc.
  2. Participation
  3. Rich Experiences
  4. Assembly
  5. Impact of Collaborative Production
  6. Participation, Rich Experiences, and Assembly Culture Experience Architecture Tightly Integrated, Server-centric Highly Integratable, Loosely Integrated, Service-centric, Standards Driven Web 1.0: First Generation Constrained by Limitations Web 2.0: Next Generation Internet Embraces the Capabilities Synchronous, Page-centric Asynchronous, Desktop-quality, Application-centric “ Surfing”, Transacting, Personalized Collaborative, Community enabling, Sharing, Participating HTML, Links, Forms, Page-centric Monolithic, Layered Assembled, Composite SOA, Orchestrated Open Source Rich UI Elements Application- Centric
  7. How does NGI / Web 2.0 impact Media?
  8. Now Public
  9. CNN iReport
  10. High School Sports Network
  11. High School Sports Network
  12. IT World
  13. What about Ecommerce?
  14. threadless
  15. Shopping needs to be more Social
  16. Rue La La
  17. A Peek Behind the Curtain: Rue La La
  18. Consumers prefer friend & family
  19. Facebook grew 32% over the past 12 months The 25+ demographic grew ~200% Social landscape Retailer community Focused shopping community Generic shopping community Generic community Retailer blogs Source: iStrategyLabs Demographic ~19% ~30% 25+ 0-24
  20. Fans Easily customize and integrate into a site Fans is simple to integrate, and a merchant can skin the app to reflect its branding and site design Be super simple to use With one click a customer can save or share product info Fans enables a retailer to improve conversion, viral growth, and reach by “socially enabling” its online store, and taking its store to places where customers spend their time Tap into existing relationships Customers don’t want to recreate their social graphs
  21. Fans: Store View
  22. Fans: Facebook View
  23. Consumer Goods Companies
  24. My Starbucks Idea
  25. Dell Community
  26. Dell on Twitter
  27. Get Satisfaction
  28. Remember Participation?
  29. Enterprise Collaboration
  30. User Management, LDAP-Integration, etc. Agile Lightweight KM & Collaboration Wiki Blog RSS Aggregation Social Bookmarking Consistent User Interface (with Single-Sign-On)‏ Legacy System with unstructured content WWW, Internet Document Management Federated Search Flexible and lightweight components and platforms support the creation, structuring and distribution of knowledge, leading to i ncreased efficiency and effectiveness
  31. Collaborative Publishing
  32. Example: Internal Social Network
  33. Optaros Intranet 2.0