Tag: Social

Whitepaper - Social Information Management
Whitepaper – Social Information Management
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Today the usage of social networks is ingrained into our day to day live. Platforms such as Facebook will soon reach one billion registered users, more than 50 million professionals engage with each other on LinkedIn, the Google +1 button is starting to influence the purchasing decisions that we make based on our friends’ recommendations and Twitter motivates people to post an average of 50 million tweets a day.

Beezy Brings Internal Social Networks for Government 2.0
Beezy Brings Internal Social Networks for Government 2.0
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Beezy is an internal social network solution for Sharepoint 2010 that brings advanced social features such as microblogging, activity streams, groups, hasthags, follows, mentions, likes, etc. Beezy seamlessly integrates with Lync, Office, Outlook and other enterprise systems like SAP.

SharePoint as a Social Business Hub: Tips to Transform
SharePoint as a Social Business Hub: Tips to Transform
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As we learned in last Wednesday’s Social Business TweetJam, creating a social business requires a unique combination of people, process and technology. For SharePoint users, the technology is the easy part, but getting the people and process in place can be challenging.

Fortune 250 Company ABB Adopts 'Socail Email' to Drive Its Global Collaboration Initiative by harmon.ie
Fortune 250 Company ABB Adopts ‘Socail Email’ to Drive Its Global Collaboration Initiative by harmon.ie
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Fortune Global 250 power and automation technologies group ABB is currently rolling out a multi-year, global collaboration program. Designed to improve the company’s competitive advantage, customer satisfaction, and improve work efficiency, this initiative is intended to encourage and improve employee interaction and information sharing among the company’s 124,000 employees. To bring everyone on board, ABB is using harmon.ie for SharePoint to integrate people’s social and collaboration spaces into the email client, where people are accustomed to spending their workday.

ABB grows internal collaboration through ‘social email’
ABB grows internal collaboration through ‘social email’
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Familiar interface increases uptake of Microsoft SharePoint
ABB, the power and automation technologies group, has adopted ‘social email’ software from harmon.ie as part of its effort to improve collaboration across the global business.

Prior to the implementation, ABB’s employees would access on average six to nine platforms to get their work done. This required them to toggle between their IBM Lotus Notes email, various Microsoft Office applications, instant messenger service from Sametime, web-based applications such as SAP and file servers including eRoom, Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 and Lotus Notes team rooms.