Social Business transformation
Came across SharePoint expert, Michael Sampsons blog comments on Thomas Vander's article: http://currents.michaelsampson.net/2009/03/response-to-sharepoint-2007-gateway-drug-to-enterprise-social-tools.html
"If an organization has purchased and installed SharePoint without aproper technical due diligence about what it can do and can’t do in the“enterprise 2.0” or social computing area, it’s not Microsoft’s fault."
"Microsoft’s marketing has outstripped the technical functionality ofSharePoint for collaboration and social computing. No doubt about it."
Michael has this 7 pillar framework: "See my 7 Pillars framework for more, and then read the front page of SharePoint 7 Pillars, which concludes that SharePoint fails 6 and passes 1 of the pillars"
- Pillar 1 ... Shared Access to Team Data
- Pillar 2 ... Location-Independent Access to Team Data, People and Applications
- Pillar 3 ... Real-Time Joint Editing and Review
- Pillar 4 ... Coordinate Schedules with Team Aware Scheduling Software
- Pillar 5 ... Build Social Engagement through Presence, Blogs and IM
- Pillar 6 ... Enterprise Action Management
- Pillar 7 ... Broaden the Network through Automatic Discovery Services
Well, reminds me about the Enterprise 2.0 shoot out in Boston last year: http://mikeg.typepad.com/perceptions/2008/06/e20-conference.html
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According to Michael Sampson's blog (http://www.michaelsampson.net/2007/07/mark-bennett-on.html ) a Lotus Notes 5 customer in New Zealand is planning a roll-out of Notes 8."All of the Domino Servers run on Linux, and they are considering the roll-out of some Linux desktops. In terms of Notes 8, Mark says, "What exactly do our people need beyond Notes 8, the inbuilt productivity editors, and a browser?" In other words, Notes 8 paves the way for a move away from both a Windows desktop and Microsoft Office."
See also the IBM web page discussing the IBM open client solution on Linux: http://www.ibm.com/lotus/openclient[Read More]