By R "Ray" Wang on June 20, 2011
Welcome to an on-going series of interviews with the people behind the technologies in Social Business. The interviews provide insightful points of view from a customer, industry, and vendor perspective. A full list of interviewees can be found here. Alistair Rennie – General Manager IBM Collaboration Solutions, IBM Software Group Biography Alistair Rennie is General […]
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By R "Ray" Wang on June 20, 2011
Welcome to an on-going series of interviews with the people behind the technologies in Social Business. The interviews provide insightful points of view from a customer, industry, and vendor perspective. A full list of interviewees can be found here. Eugene Lee – CEO, SocialText Biography Eugene Lee is the Chief Executive Officer and member of […]
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By Susan Scrupski on August 18, 2010
Photo credit: Alex Dunne It’s that time again. Last year was our inaugural celebration awarding a Council member, “Internal Evangelist of the Year.” (#IEoY09) We created this award to recognize an individual who has gone above and beyond the #dayjob requirements and truly has been an inspiration for the company leading a radical (and most […]
By Maggie Fox on July 27, 2010
I’ve attended the Enterprise 2.0 conference every year for the last three years. I’ve met good friends there for the first time, put faces to old friends I hadn’t yet had the pleasure of meeting IRL and I always look forward to catching up with many of the brilliant people I am lucky enough to […]
By Michael Coté on June 29, 2010
While at At Enterprise 2.0 Boston this year, I had chatted with Walton Smith and Aaron Fulkerson about Booz Allen’s Enterprise 2.0 systems used internally and for Government 2.0 work.
By Steve Mann on June 16, 2010
Walking the floor at the Enterprise 2.0 conference today I was struck how after all these years the needle hasn’t moved much in terms of how a technology company markets themselves. There’s the obligatory vendor pavilion with the obligatory hard…
By Sandy Kemsley on June 15, 2010
It’s noon, the keynotes have been going on all morning, and I have only just been inspired to blog. I’m not saying that standalone Enterprise 2.0 initiatives have jumped the shark, but there’s only so much rah-rah about enterprise collaboration that I can take before I fall back on three thoughts: Collaboration is already going […]
By Michael Krigsman on June 15, 2010
<p>The Enterprise 2.0 conference, held in Boston this week, reminds us that tools and techniques around collaboration only matter when they deliver concrete business value to corporate processes.</p>
By Michael Coté on June 14, 2010
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By Sandy Kemsley on June 14, 2010
It’s been quiet on the travel scene since my four-week marathon of conferences in May, and I have just one last one before we hit the summer doldrums: Enterprise 2.0 in Boston this week.
I’m skipping the workshops today and heading down this afternoon – luckily, Toronto-Boston is covered by Porter Airlines, so I can fly […]