Enterprise microblogging should be pay-per-use

Martijn Linssen

why not both Home About Contact Friday, 7 January 2011 Enterprise microblogging should be pay-per-use An article by Dennis Howlett about Socialtext and Yammer yesterday caught my attention In essence SocialText announces that theyll sell their product at 80% of Yammers price (being very brief here) but I think theyre both wrong Social has its own Pareto rule : 90-9-1 versus the old-fashioned 80-20. Business or Pleasure? -

Why microblogging has moved to the heart of enterprise social initiatives

Trends in the Living Networks

Interestingly, what the journalist drew out from my contributions was about the rise of microblogging: Dawson said micro-blogging had soared with employers including Deloitte, the NSW Department of Education and NSW Department of Premier and cabinet using microblogs for internal communication with staff. “Of Of all the social media platforms microblogging is the most akin to conversation,” he said. The rise of microblogging. The major microblogging players.

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

Martijn Linssen

Sure we do it via a new medium, but IRC would have suited us just fine, basically SocialText, Chatter, Yammer and the like just offer you human-to-human interaction. SocialText is pretty functional and can be used outside as well, Chatter is a bit less functional and Yammer is strictly microblogging The great marvel about tibbr is that it offers you the middle-layer: machine-to-human interaction - as well as human-to-human interaction. Business or Pleasure? -

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What Universities Must Learn About Social Networks

Jay Cross

The social business bandwagon has arrived and companies are installing Chatter, Jive, Connections, Socialcast, Yammer, Socialtext, Sharepoint, HootSuite, and more to replace outmoded intranets and improve the way they transact business. As social learning began to create a buzz, LMS vendors have responded by tacking blogs and microblogs (tweet streams) onto their registration and delivery systems. What Universities Must Learning About Social Networks.