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  • Yammer's New Leaderboards Mimic Facebook News Feed

    Yammer (news, site) kicked out leaderboards this week, a new feature that enables organizations to quickly discover their top members, and most popular posts and threads:    More specifically, the feature includes: Most Liked Members: Top 10 users whose messages have received the most ‘Likes’ Most Replied to Members : Top

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  • Socialtext Pays Users to Leave Yammer

    Socialtext (news, site ) stirred the enterprise collaboration pot this morning with the release of a migration tool specifically designed to steal away Yammer users. The offering is free and, to sweeten the deal, using it means you get a discount on Socialtext's business account plan.

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  • Twitter Pushes Social Media Marketing with Revamped Site

    Rumors of Twitter's slowing progress were all over the Web this week, but recent news gives reason to believe the microblogging king will still be on top in 2011.

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  • Post Bullying, Salesforce Frees Up Chatter

    Has Salesforce.com's Chatter product not lived up to the adoption level CEO Marc Benioff hoped it would, or is the company just trying to compete with the likes of Yammer? In whatever case, Chatter -- a.k.a "Facebook for the Enterprise" -- is now a freemium service.

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  • Yammer's SharePoint Integration is the Best of Both Worlds

    Continuing on with their mission to become everything the enterprise needs in terms of collaboration, Yammer (news, site) hit the headlines this week with some tight SharePoint integration.  The Best of Both Worlds Via the magic of Webparts, SharePoint users can now access their Yammer feed directly

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  • Socialcast Reach Puts Enterprise Collaboration in Context

    Socialcast (news, site) is yet another player in the enterprise microblogging pool, but with a different twist. Rather than creating a new space for collaboration, Socialcast Reach brings the conversation into already existing applications, such as SharePoint and CRM systems.

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  • Yammer's New Platform is Facebook for the Enterprise

    Move over, Chatter. Today at TechCrunch Disrupt Yammer (news, site) revealed its new enterprise collaboration platform, effectively shelving the "Twitter for for the Enterprise" title in favor of a more social network-savvy look.  The release adds a number of applications and features to Yammer's platform, including: Polls

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  • MangoApps 2.0 Aims to Outdo Both Yammer and Chatter

    Want further proof that microblogging is on the rise? An enterprise social software company called MangoSpring (news, site) just released MangoApps 2.0, a social suite they say is already everything the upcoming Yammer platform wants to be.  MangoApps 2.0 With microblogging heating its core, MangoApps 2.

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  • Enterprise 2.0 Roll-up: Businesses Love Microblogging

    This week we looked at what's going on in the enterprise microblog scene (a LOT), as well as the different enterprise content management systems that support this type of collaboration, among others.  What's Trending in Enterprise Microblogging?  Ask anyone, microblogging is so much more than just 140 characters these days.

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  • What's Trending in Enterprise Microblogging?

    Microblogging is so much more than the 140-character blurb it once was. Today, it's a concept that's heating the cores of collaboration platforms across the enterprise. And, while conversation is still front-and-center for most providers, we're seeing a lot of solutions dressed in the same accessories.

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  • Chatter 2 Boosts E2.0 Collaboration, but is it Enough?

    Though Salesforce.com's (news, site ) enterprise collaboration platform, Chatter,  just hit the market in June, the CRM company is already back with a look into version two-dot-oh. Unsurprisingly, Chatter 2 features even more social goodness than its predecessor, including the ability to "follow" files, dashboard updates, etc.

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  • Twitter is Everything but a Social Network

    If it looks like a social network and behaves like a social network, it's probably a social network. That is, unless it's Twitter. Since before its big revamp, team members behind the microblogging platform have shot down comparisons to Facebook, identifying news as the platform's method of operation.

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  • Twitter Reveals New Design, Farewell Third Party Apps

    Last night the good people of the Internet waited with bated breath after Twitter announced its big redesign reveal. The upgrade introduces a new interface build, embedded media, related content, and all the more reason to check your third party apps at the door.

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  • Yammer to Become Fully Loaded Enterprise Social Network

    Attention all you Yammer (news, site) fans! Today we caught wind of an announcement that makes it sound like the enterprise's favorite microblogging platform is en route to becoming a full E2.0 suite.  Yeah, you read that right. A whole suite! Coincidentally, I recently published an article titled "7+ Social Software Platforms for Enterprise Collaboration"  in which I asked readers to contribute platforms not mentioned to the comments section.

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