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4 responses to “Enterprise Social Networks – 2013 Part 1”

  1. Enterprise Social Networks – 2013 Part 1 | My Geekery
  2. StefanP.

    Don’t agree with the classification of IBM Connections. If I see, how we can embed it e.g. into Microsoft Apps, Browsers, how we can leverage Activity Streams, it should not be classified as standalone App. And I miss the classification of real platforms with broad functionality versus point solutions offerings.

  3. Enterprise Social Network - 2013 Part Two : Enterprise Irregulars

    […] In part one of this series we looked at the ESN vendors and how they are evolving to help companies increase productivity and facilitate new ways of working. For this post we’ll focus on how the ESN’s are being used and in part three we’ll look at enterprise adoption and some of the results of successfully implementing and using the network. […]

  4. Choosing the Right Enterprise Social Solution for Your Business - Betterworking

    […] Overlays Or Connected Services?, and Michael Fauscette in his Enterprise Irregulars’ article Enterprise Social Networks – Part 1, I’ve developed my own thinking as to what they represent which I’d like to […]