Why In-Memory Needs Collaboration to Tango

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I stumbled upon this insightful blog post by SAP CIO Oliver Bussmann about how SAP realizes value from its own SAP HANA (High-Performance Analytic Appliance). HANA is powered by in-memory computing – a way to store and process data in the main memory as opposed to disk storage . For a primer on In Memory, […]

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If a link drops on Twitter but there was nothing there to read, will it make a sound?

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Here’s a screen shot of a Twitter search result for a blog post labeled “Four Reasons Why Enterprise 2.0 Communities Fail”   Over 60 Re-Tweets on Twitter as of April 19th resulting in god knows how many tens of thousands of impressions on Twitter. Yay for social media syndication.   There’s only one problem. That […]

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Is Behavioral Targeting coming to the Social Enterprise?

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Two interesting news items over the past week – one consumer related and the other, enterprise social computing. First: this article on eMarketer titled: “Behavioral Targeting Misses Mark” quotes a study by  researchers at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of California Berkeley School of Law and the Annenberg Public Policy Center: “Contrary to what […]

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Post on ZDNet about How to avoid Enterprise 2.0 Failures

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I was largely off the grid for the last few days so this is a little late…. Michael Krigsman was nice enough to invite me to guest post over at his IT Project Failures blog on ZDNet. The topic centers on Enterprise 2.0 failure and how to avoid it. Five potential pitfalls include: 1. Consider […]

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Why unlocking ECM is critical to your Enterprise 2.0 execution plan

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If you’re a large organization using enterprise content management systems (ECM), chances are that its powering images, documents and records management, and web content. These systems enforce roles, workflows, access control and versioning to enable the creation, management and dissemination of media assets. What this means is that from the very beginning of a given […]

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New Metrics for New Media: Analytics for Social Media and Virtual Worlds at Stanford

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I’m going to be on a panel at the New Metrics for New Media Workshop at Stanford University on August 6th, in Palo Alto. The event is organized by Martha Russell, Associate Director of Media X at Stanford, and Marc Smith, Sociologist and Chief Scientist at Telligent Systems. Some details about the event here: The […]

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