Enterprise Social Software for business with NewsGator Tomoye turns your internet, portal, or intranet in to corporate collaboration software...The future of communities of practice, collaboration, and social learning is here, and it’s called Tomoye. Whether you are a Government agency seeking communities and professional networking for your gov 2.0 initiative, a company looking to establish an extranet for partners and customers, or a Windows SharePoint Services/ SharePoint Foundations shop looking for profiles and business collaboration tools, Tomoye is the answer for you.
With support for DoD security standards, accessibility standards such as section 508, or Common Look and Feel in Canada, Government users can deploy Tomoye with confidence.
For Windows SharePoint Services/ SharePoint Foundations shops, with unique support for communities and personal profiles, and direct deployment through SharePoint Central Administration, we can bring your deployment to life.
We support some of the largest and most successful communities of practice in the world.
Communities of Practice
Questions & Answers
Communities of Practice
Professional communities formed around specific skill-sets (i.e. composite material engineering) or job descriptions (policy analyst) are the core of the community of practice approach. By linking people together based on professional domain, organizations can break down silos created by functional areas or projects, and generally build overall capacity in those skill areas.
Questions and answers are a foundation for communities of practice providing a simple mechanism for users to reach out to a group of experts to help solve a problem.
Document sharing and collaborating around documents is a core feature of a professional community. Places where people can ask, comment, blog and much more around a document or other work-related information is one of the important ways that community members collaborate.
Click image to enlarge
Videos provide an engaging medium to transfer knowledge and expertise. Take a video of a subject matter expert answering company-relevant questions, and watch as users engage.
Blogs provide a simple way for subject matter experts or leaders to communicate with a broad audience.
Wikis allow a web-based mode for document co-authoring. Interested in creating a Wikipedia for certain areas of interest? No problem.
Experts and members are listed as a function of their contribution to the community and whether they are helpful, active, most networked, and more. Community experts are the emerging subject matter experts in your enterprise.