There is a great deal of hype and mystique surrounding Web 2.0 and myriad of 2.0 terms that now exist as a result, such as Work 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Office 2.0 and so on.
The hype is as loud and as significant as the last dot com boom where 2.0 has replaced “e”.
However, what is different today is that this revolution is focussed squarely at collaborative technologies and information sharing, as opposed to primarily transaction exchange of the dot com era.
Are you in a capacity to provide a leadership role in the emergence of Web 2.0? For it is as certain as night follows day that your staff are using these technologies without you knowing or seeking your consent – all in the name of getting the job done quicker.
Over the next series of posts I will outline the following:
- Outline the facets of Web 2.0 and compare and contrast to dot com
- Explain some of the technologies that underpin Web 2.0
- Show you some great tools you can take advantage of new technologies
- Explain a myriad of terms used including RSS, Mashups, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, blogs, wikis and you show you tools such as 37 Folders and tagging approaches
- Outline how you can start to incorporate these types of tools and approaches into your Information Management Strategies
- Outline some of the moves the larger vendors are taking to support these types of collaborative technologies
Could this be EDRM nirvana – an opportunity to tap into content – or is the animal out of the cage threatening everything done before it?
I look forward to your feedback…..