Windows Live going Social….

Social Networking will continue to create a lot of watercooler talk and executive discussions in 2009, with more and more companies applying Web 2.0 tool in the Enterprise. I’ve seen tremendous interest in the last 6-9 months in this topic with the customers that I speak with. A lot is happening in the blogsphere and…


Web 2.0 value in the Enterprise?

The use of Web 2.0 tools in the enterprise is becoming a very common discussion topic in almost every collaboration discussion I have these days. Unfortunately, I have not seen a lot of success stories for use behind the firewall but a lot of smart folks are thinking about it, really searching to show corporate…


MOSS and Social Computing is now live. Many kudos to Lawrence and all those involved.   If you haven’t heard of this, is a MOSS social computing web site.  Users can use their Windows Live ID to become a registered user and then can contribute to the content so others can discover and comment on SharePoint and…


SharePoint and Web 2.0, Social Networking, etc.

A few blog posts worth reading:   Will Microsoft Become Facebook for the Enterprise?   Microsoft Partners Its Way Into Social Computing   </steve>  


Office 2007 and Web 2.0

2007 Office System Document: Bringing Web 2.0 to the Enterprise with the 2007 Office System Brief DescriptionThis white paper explores how the 2007 Microsoft Office system allows enterprises to adopt Web 2.0 ideas and technologies to create high-value, user-driven applications for the Internet and intranet. </steve>