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Exploring IBM's vision for enterprise collaboration

Dion Hinchcliffe

The company that first brought the industry the then-breakthrough technology of groupware in the 1990s is now moving towards cognitive collaboration for differentiation, says IBM's new head of collaboration, Ed Brill, as he grapples with the company's many offerings in the space

Mastering the Art of Collaboration Through Conversation

Luis Suarez

 . Can you have too many conversations at work? To quote: . More than anything else, because, if anything, as a knowledge (Web 2.0) At all. Ah-ha!

Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment – The Follow-Up

Luis Suarez

Remember groupware back in the good old days? Let’s see it…. Nothing else. So, let’s go ahead and do it! . Just fire away! Not very helpful.

Finally a great E20 tool - and people play the social card!

Martijn Linssen

Groupware and information portals. Groupware and portals also seem to be less freeform than the Web 2.0 Most corporate Intranets today.

Social Business Accelerates Work as a State of Mind

Luis Suarez

The answer seems to be on the positive side of things. You see? In short, becoming comfortable with observable work   (a.k.a. There is no denying that.

The key to understanding what’s going on

Jay Cross

“Contrast that with the groupware approach to things where people are placed into groups defined organizationally or functionally.&#.

Is Social Business Ready to Face Internet Traffic Jams?

Luis Suarez

It’s an old concept, I know, coming from groupware, ( Lotus Notes anyone?) Thinking that it is ok to be disconnected every now and then.

Co-creation

Jay Cross

groupware. ( Fortune Magazine ). The Times of London calls C.K. Prahalad “the No. most influential management thinker in the world.&# I wouldn’t argue. And he’s about to contribute another important idea to business. Krishnan; Prahalad and Krishnan are professors at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.