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Opportunities Abound for Social Video, Dynamic Conversations, Enterprise Search #gartnerpcc

Gartner: Portals, Content and Collaboration isn’t just about the sessions and keynotes, it’s about building relationships with attendees and exhibitors alike. This week, many key social business vendors announced new releases and launches. Here are a few that caught our attention.

Insights, Influences From Vendors Behind Social Business Solutions #gartnerpcc

We had the time to sit down with a few vendors during Gartner: Portals, Content and Collaboration Summit 2012 and learn about trends, insights and influences affecting the social enterprise. Whether it be video delivery and management, portal and community management, or holistic web content management, one thing is clear -- the enterprise is becoming more socially engaged from the inside out.

How Playing Games Can Innovate Work #gartnerpcc

Games usually help us pass the time, but if we perceive games as a gateway to innovation, perhaps we should be taking games more seriously. This is Jane McGonigal’s assertion, anyway. And she makes a few good points. Welcome to day two of Gartner: Portals, Content and Collaboration.

One Customer Experience Strategy, Two Platforms #gartnerpcc

When you write about the state of social business, like we do, it’s hard to notice the little things taking shape within the enterprise. At Gartner Portals, Content & Collaboration, those little things are taking center stage and making a big impression. Something caught my attention about how companies are approaching two familiar platforms: Web Content Management and Social Media.

Investing in the Social Workplace #gartnerpcc

In the session The Social Workplace: Rethinking Communication and Collaboration in the Age of Social Networks, Nikos Drako asks us if we removed instant messaging, wikis and widgets, emails or the phone from our work environment, would we still be able to continue to work as we currently do? A majority of those in the room said no. Collaboration is important, but they are only as good as the mission-critical investments that support it. In other words, not very good.

Culture Dominates Portals, Content and Collaboration #gartnerpcc

 We’re live from Gartner: Portals, Content and Collaboration Summit 2012 in Orlando, Florida this week and we’re very eager to roll up our sleeves and get down to details about how to develop, integrate and measure employee intranets, customer portals and oodles of multi-channel content. With four definitive tracks focusing on Portal & User Experience, Content & Information Management, Social & Collaboration, and Mobility & Context, there’s lots to learn and we’ll do our best to cover a little of it all.

Portals, Content and Collaboration, Oh My! Next Week's Gartner Summit #gartnerpcc

Next week we’ll be at Gartner’s Portals, Content and Collaboration Summit in Orlando, Florida. Lest you think that this just an excuse to catch some rays, you can be reassured that we’ll be under the fluorescent lighting, gleefully attending session after session tackling topics such as the social workplace or debating the merits of BYOD or evaluating social media policies.

What's Hot in Web Content Management in 2011?

There are many different perspectives on what's big in web content management (WCM) this year, and where better to hear them then from the crow's nests of WCM vendors themselves? Following are a number of brief interviews we conducted at the recent Gartner PCC and Forrester Marketing Forum events.

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