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JANUARY 12, 2010 [Organization] Google Docs adds storage
A posting on the Google Docs blog announces that they are rolling out the ability to upload, store and organize any type of file in Google Docs. "There will be 1 GB of free storage for files you don't convert into one of the Google Docs formats (i.e. per GB per year." Google Docs.
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- [Organization] Sharepoint 2010 as a Facebook alternative
schools (and businesses and organizations
for that matter). He summarises. look at SharePoint’s technologies and available out-of-the-box social. functionality certainly suggests some interesting possibilities for. MORE >>
- [Organization] Are you going to disappear into the fog?
Command & Control / Matrix Organization
. Here is another comment on one of my recent postings that I wanted to bring to the attention of a wider audience. This is from David Grebow. working with Global Business Network before it was taken over by The. Monitor Group. comparison: Industrial Economy / Knowledge Economy. Web 2.0 MORE >>
- [Organization] Raindrop
Notifications from computers and mailing lists should be organized
for you, not clutter your Inbox or require tedious manual filter setup. It should be easy to smoothly integrate new web services into your conversation viewer entirely using open web technologies." Read more about Raindrop at the Mozilla Labs site: Introducing Raindrop. MORE >>
- [Organization] Some more (social media) predictions for 2010
For instance Jeffrey Dachis of the Dachis Groups says "As businesses begin to realize the power of becoming more socially calibrated dynamic organizations
, cross function/ cross platform social business metrics and analytics will begin to take shape and drive meaningful discussion around creating real value." MORE >>
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