Posts with a enterprise theme
The heat and noise generated by MIcrosoft’s hostile bid for Yahoo could power a city, but among the various reactions and strained metaphors are some important points for the future of the Web. Plus, I think there is a potentially innovative enterprise angle that has not been discussed so far.
A belated welcome to 2008, which is looking like a very interesting year in both senses of the word. At Headshift, we intend to become more boring and more sexy at the same time – watch this space!
How is the IT function changing and what is the future role of the CIO?
Too much focus on very simple ROI measures can be a problem for the adoption of social tools. Olivier argues that we must resist the temptation to turn evolving methodologies into recipes for “best practice”
The latest Pew report suggests 41% of people are not engaging with Web 2.0. Good thing? Bad thing? Not sure … but we certainly need a better way of getting second wave adopters on the bus in enterprise 2.0 projects.
Notes from the Headshift/SixApart session at the Blogging for Business conference in London on April 4, 2007
Software as a Service is a potentially transformational delivery model that could put functionality and control in the hands of lines of business rather than just IT, and it will play a key role in the future of what people are calling Enterprise 2.0 – but how and when will that happen?