Sounds like an awesome challenge, doesn't it? This was exactly the challenge that one of our customers Ernst Décsey, Intranet Manager from UNICEF posed in the YCN, Yammer Champion Community. His question was ...
Enterprise social network Tibbr has had a strong emphasis on mobile access for some time but today it has taken another step forward with newly designed apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry 10.
What is the business value of social media? That’s the big question. There’s a land rush for control of the Enterprise Social Networking (ESN) space, with promises being made to improve end user engagement and overall collaboration. Most organizations are chasing after these lofty goals without a strategy, hoping to find that magical answer to their platform adoption woes, unsure of the relationship between the tools they deploy and their impact on productivity. Microsoft is helping with this push for all-things-social with their $1.2 billion acquisition of Yammer, and subsequent roadmap to make Yammer central to its SharePoint, as well as cross-platform, social strategy. SharePoint’s ongoing growth and success aside, some are claiming that Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is dead and that it has failed to drive value because it hasn’t won over the hearts and minds of employees. Social media, it seems, is the latest flavor of the month that will solve all of these problems. As collaboration solutions rapidly evolve, most of them tend to fall into one of two product categories: structured or unstructured collaboration.
Via Jeff Domansky
At last November's SharePoint Conference, we announced our roadmap for enterprise social and talked about three phases of Yammer integration: "basic integration, deeper connections, and connected experiences.
How Microsoft is using Yammer inside the company ZDNet Summary: Microsoft bought Yammer last summer and already has deployed the technology widely in-house as part of the company's Intranet makeover. Mary Jo Foley.
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