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VP and Principal Analyst at Constellation Research. Dion focuses on the topics of digital engagement, customer experience, enterprise collaboration, digital workplace, digital transformation, social business, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), open business models, and next-generation enterprises. His thought leadership can be found on ZDNet, On Web Strategy, Constellation Research, ebizQ.

3 responses to “As collaboration goes social, where will it thrive?”

  1. Lindsey Niedzielski

    Great post Dion. I agree that most business can no longer ignore the influence of social media, especially considering the competitive market. We have a community for IM professionals ( and have bookmarked this post for our users. Look forward to reading your work in the future.

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  3. Jo

    I agree with this post. Social collaboration tools are expanding and many businesses are adopting this new time saving tool. As the post mentions, businesses that have higher amounts of knowledge flow will most benefit from social collaboration tools, however all businesses with more than a few employees will see gains from using this new technology. A business specific question and answer platform is one social collaboration tool that has really helped businesses. Solvepath, which was created by Senexx, is an innovative question and answer platform that helps businesses collaborate better. Solvepath has all sorts of innovative features that help enhance communication between workers in the workplace. Solvepath and other social collaboration tools are worth checking out for improved results from your business.