Web 2.0 in the Enterprise: An Analyst's Perspective
There are multiple issues related to enhancing productivity in the enterprise workplace, including the need to access data from various databases, and enhance the user interface and related back-office elements for easier personalization and collaboration. A new solution is based on the attempt to "consumerize" the enterprise information access interface, taking a page from Web 2.0 in the consumer world, and applying it, with the appropriate business framework, to the enterprise workplace.
Read this IDC analysis to learn how user-personalized content can contribute to your enterprise's ongoing search for the best tools to make workers more productive. Realize benefits and enhance productivity beyond what Web 2.0 can deliver, including:
Program VP for Collaborative Computing and the Enterprise Workplace
Mark Levitt is responsible for driving IDC's collaborative applications research which includes integrated collaborative environments (ICE), team collaboration, conferencing, enterprise instant messaging, unified messaging and communications, email, email archiving applications software and hosted services, as well as email usage and spam volumes. He also directs IDC's research in the area of portals and composite applications.
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