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  • Wonder What's Coming in Next Version of SharePoint?

    Thought so. Unfortunately we don't have the answers -- at least not any you probably haven't heard already. But there are others who are starting to offer up what they believe SharePoint "14" will and won't have. We thought it interesting enough to pass along.

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  • Next For the Enterprise: Social Business Software Suites

    Jive has been in the communities/social software space for over eight years now, starting back when the spirit of reaching out and collaborating hadn't started to take hold.

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  • Enterprises Want Social Computing, Not Just Another Facebook

    There was a time when all we heard about were social networking solutions lovingly termed "Facebook for the Enterprise". We don't hear that much anymore and there's a reason for it.

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  • 2009 Predictions for Web CMS, ECM, Mobile, MOSS and more

    And so it has started. The end of the year is upon us and everyone is thinking about what's ahead. Independent analyst firm CMS Watch has offered up their 2009 predictions. If the results of how they faired with last year's round are any indication, we may all do

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  • Jadu Updates Web CMS with Social Computing

    Jadu, a UK-based web content management company, has released an updated version of its namesake product, Jadu CMS. With version 1.8 Jadu focuses on delivering and managing content combined with social computing capabilities. There is a slew of new features and capabilities to highlight.  For starters, Jadu 1.

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  • NewsGator and Gigya Partner to Provide Content Syndication

    Two well-known social computing companies have joined forces to help you get your content out to the widest audience possible. What does that mean? Increased revenue -- something everyone wants.

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  • Open Text Acquires eMotion - Enhancing Enterprise 2.0 Solutions

    Enterprise CMS provider Open Text Corporation has acquired hosted business applications provider eMotion LLC from Corbis Corporation, intending to augment Open Text's Artesia Digital Media Group's offerings. This is the second move by the company in the last couple of months to expand their Enterprise 2.0 solution set.

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  • Social Media Integration: MOSS and Community Server

    Ever since its release, there have been questions about SharePoint's (MOSS') fitness as a web content management solution (see our article series on MOSS WCM ).

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  • Gilbane SF: Social Computing and Collaboration

    Yesterday I attended a panel on everyone's favorite topic: how to bring Social Computing concepts into the enterprise moderated by Geoffrey Bock, a lead analyst for the Gilbane Group. Panelists included Ross Mayfield, Founder, SocialText; David Hersh, CEO, Jive Software, Ed Cuoco, Co-founder, Spathe and Rusty Williams, SVP Product Planning,

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  • Open Text Offers New Social Computing Tools

    Open Text Corporation has announced a number of enhancements to its range of Enterprise 2.0 solutions. Among these enhancements is a new offering that lets customers manage compliance rules for social computing capabilities like blogs, wikis and forums on websites, as well as a set of Web 2.

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  • IBM Melds Enterprise CMS with Social Software

    Content is a big deal these days, in case you haven't noticed. However, its exponential growth over the years has left some businesses struggling.

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  • Top 10 Disruptive Technologies According to Gartner

    Gartner's Emerging Trends and Technologies Roadshow is happening right now and they are espousing their views on the 10 most disruptive technologies they believe will shape the IT landscape over the next five years. No surprise that social computing and mashups make the list.

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  • NewsGator Updates their MOSS-based Social Sites

    First introduced last year, NewsGator’s Social Sites were built to provide Enterprise 2.0 capabilities to SharePoint Server 2007. This week they have announced several new features to Social Sites that increase the social networking and community capabilities of SharePoint even more.

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  • SharePointPedia is Not a Wiki

    Okay, so Microsoft has finally gone and done it. They have actually implemented their own technology that demonstrate it's capabilities, uh, sort of. SharePointPedia is a social computing platform built on SharePoint Office Server 2007 (MOSS) developed to serve the greater SharePoint community, pontificating on and proliferating all things SharePoint.

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