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Issues To Consider Before Implementing Enterprise 2.0

March 16, 2009 Jim Berkowitz

Here’s an excellent article by Kate Carruthers about what IT must consider before implementing Enterprise 2.0 applications, 5 Key IT Issues for Successful Enterprise 2.0 Implementations. What I find interesting is that the 5 issues discussed below are critical for any CRM implementation as well.  Unfortunately, over the years many […]

IT Pros Should Prepare For Open Source Government

January 22, 2009 Doug Caverly

Some people like open source software; others, not so much. But IT professionals on both sides of the issue may at some point gain a sort of power user to keep in mind in the form of the federal government. As reported by Ryan Paul, “Sun cofounder and former CEO […]

GNOME Foundation Calls For Collaboration For Support

January 10, 2009 Roberto Galoppini

Sugar Labs – the no-profit foundation behind the sugar educational software platform running on the OLPC – joined the GNOME Foundation as part of the GNOME Advisory Board. The GNOME Foundation after welcoming on board the Mozilla Foundation, and more recently Motorola and Google, keeps bringing on board third parties. […]

Learning To Implement Digital Asset Management

December 18, 2008 Manoj Jasra

Project managers, creative directors, enterprise architects, and consultants struggle to determine the optimal way to implement Digital Asset Management (DAM) technology, according to CMS Watch. Important information must be understood prior to implementation in order to mitigate risk, including: Key administrative and system management services, roles and groups and how […]

Major IT Trends For 2009

December 4, 2008 Jim Berkowitz

Here is a brief synopsis of an enlightening article by Samuel Greengard, a freelance writer for Baseline magazine, Top 10 Trends in IT for 2009: In 2009, these technologies can provide companies with a competitive advantage in what is expected to be a very tough year on the bottom lines […]

Real-Time Collaborative Text Editing With EtherPad

November 11, 2008 Philipp Lenssen

EtherPad is a collaborative, real-time text editor created by, among others, two ex-Google employees*. An EtherPad document is quickly set up without any need for registration. You can then share the URL of the document, and others who will visit that page will then be able to see, in real-time, […]

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