Mike Rhodin, General Manager of Lotus points toward the direction of collaborative technology initiatives being led by corporate enterprises.
Ian White and Michael Pincher peer into to swirling mists of 2008
Awards can be dreary, but amongst the chicken you might find caviar if you look hard
The need for top management support for collaborative working initiatives
Don McLean, IPv6 and a bunch of nerds - these are the things dreams aren't made of!
Following up on my Unified Communication (UC) entry, IBM is releasing version 8 of its Sametime UC platform this week, as well as Sametime Entry, which is designed to deliver basic IM and presence ...
Be careful what you negotiate for, your inscrutable Chinese customer may know more than MI5
Top tip number two for effective collaboration from Ian White
Enterprise Content Filtering and Michael Chapman Pincher
Top tip number one for effective collaboration from Ian White
There's a lot of talk about a flu pandemic happening this winter. Time for people to dust off their contingency plans and make sure that those people that either 1) shouldn't come into the office, ...
30 months ago Ray Ozzie joined Microsoft, 18 months ago Ray became Chief Software Architect for that company (Bill Gates old job). In June I had the chance to meet up with 600 people at the Lotus ...
Collaboration 2.0 and the Dunbar number
Maybe HM Revenue and Customs should get the groceries and networks from Fortnum and Mason
I've just completed a research session on Unified Messaging. It's a buzz term that's been around for some years if not a decade. Then it was a solution looking for a problem. Now it looks a more ...
GIS and Geospatial technologies
Interesting piece in the Harvard Business Review this month on the social networking issue that Ian raised in October - he's always on the edge of the curve is our Ian. A readers comment to the ...
I'm just off to a research group on communications infrastructure and part of the session is about collaboration. I have been working on my own for the last week so getting back in contact with ...
Babyboomers are the fastest adopters of Social Networking right now the implications of this are far reaxching
Social Business Network - is this the technological equivalent of 'fusion' cuisine
Ian White's brief bio
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