There were 7 blog postings during February (2011):
CIMtrek moves Lotus Notes to the cloud
British start-up CIMtrek has launched its first service, which moves complete Lotus Notes installations to cloud-based working. CIMtrek uses Google’s cloud service but can work with others. Future services will include migrating Novell...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 3rd February '11
Jive and Yammer upbeat about the benefits of the social business
Of course they are — they’re suppliers of systems for it. MRD applies. This time the two companies have user surveys to bolster their optimism. First was Jive Software, whose products I recently reported on. The company’s CEO, Tony...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 6th February '11
Twitterings - Timely
I discovered this service today. Timely is for people who want to grease the wheels of their tweets. The service looks at a person’s previous 100 messages and analyses the number of retweets (RTs) by time of day. Having calculated the ideal...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 9th February '11
No, Social CRM ain't it
More than a few people are referring to enterprise social networking as “Social CRM”. They’re slightly correct but also so far wrong as to distort the picture. They are right in that CRM can be a consumer of the data gained from...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 13th February '11
VAX Notes - a DEC legacy
I was sorry to learn last week that Ken Olsen is dead. He had reached a good age and had stopped contributing to the computer industry some years before. While he was active, especially through the 1960s and ‘70s, he and his colleagues...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 16th February '11
A map of enterprise social networking
Social networking for organizations involves communication among several entities, not just with customers. These entities include internal groups, departments and divisions; regulators and government; and trading partners. (I touched on this...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 21st February '11
LinkedIn gaining B2B favour, possibly
LinkedIn Identity: Use is Growing on B2B sites around the web Based on data across our B2B clients, we’ve seen LinkedIn’s share of social sign-on grow from 3% in July 2010 to 20% in January 2011. So says the company blog of Gigya,...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 27th February '11
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