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Search and the Enterprise Social Network

by Larry Cannell  |  April 9, 2012

Many people have pointed out the similarities between the messaging in email and enterprise social network sites. However, the synergy between search and enterprise social network sites is discussed far...

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Frictionless Sharing and the Enterprise Social Network

by Larry Cannell  |  January 27, 2012

Facebook’s new “frictionless sharing” enables someone to automatically post what they are doing online in a stream of status updates. To some, this is a little too much sharing. However,...

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Email and the Enterprise Social Network

by Larry Cannell  |  January 20, 2012

Are enterprise social network sites an opportunity to remove the burden of email from information workers’ workload and move into a more collaborative messaging environment? While social networks have the...

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My Enterprise 2.0 Session Proposal

by Larry Cannell  |  January 6, 2012

Just a quick note to let you know that I have submitted a session proposal to the Enterprise 2.0 Conference and to ask for your support in getting this on...

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The Post-2.0 Era: Social in the Context of My Work

by Larry Cannell  |  January 5, 2012

Let’s face it. Enterprise 2.0 is getting old. Coined in 2006, the term originally implied using Web 2.0 technologies within company networks. Almost six years later “Enterprise 2.0” hardly has...

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IT’s Frustration with Enterprise 2.0 (Free Gartner Webinar)

by Larry Cannell  |  July 5, 2011

Now that the Enterprise 2.0 conference is over, what can you do to move these ideas forward? If you are in IT, this can be a difficult question. For one...

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Putting Social Software to Work

by Larry Cannell  |  July 15, 2010

At the North America Catalyst Conference, taking place in San Diego later this month, I will be presenting a session that addresses how social software can be used to improve...

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