Multiple Communities, Multiple Platforms?

Found this interesting comment in a blog post by Tony Byrne from CMS Watch on the social software marketplace and the fact that Intel leverages multiple community software vendors: What this should tell you? That large companies at the forefront of enterprise social computing — like Intel, Dell, and others — routinely turn to multiple […]

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Are Flash and Flex Web Technologies?

Throughout this week and part of last, I’ve been working (in between meetings) on getting Alfresco Labs 3.0 set up on my laptop to be able to demo (and experiment with) their new Share application. The challenge has been in getting the flash-based preview of uploaded multi-page PDF documents working (see this thread in the […]

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Enterprise 2.0 Panel on Open Source

Last week, at the Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston, I moderated a panel on Open Source Platforms. The panelists were: Bob Bickel, from Ringside Networks John Newton, from Alfresco Jeff Whatcott, from Acquia Although the conference doesn’t audio tape or videotape the breakout sessions in the smaller rooms – only the keynote – they were […]

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference Pass

I don’t normally cross-promote heavily across the multiple places I blog, but this one seemed worthwhile. From my blog at Optaros.com: “Enterprise 2.0 Free Conference Pass” At the upcoming Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston this June, I will be moderating a panel on Open Source Platforms. The panel will be Thursday, June 12th, at 8:30am. […]

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