Enterprise Social Computing

by David Samoranski on March 19th, 2010

Collaboration trends have shifted the focus of Microsoft SharePoint to social computing. The 2007 product, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, is largely centered around document collaboration. SharePoint Server 2010 brings many new features to the market to satisfy the enterprise demand of Facebook, Twitter, and Delicious users. The upgraded My Site in SharePoint now delivers capabilities like the wall from Facebook, the micro-blogging service of Twitter, and a social tagging functionality similar to Delicious. The blog and wiki interfaces have also been enhanced to provide users the engaging experience they have become familiar with using tools outside of corporate SharePoint environments. Check out my article below to review the latest collaboration trends and see how SharePoint is improving collaboration in the enterprise.

Enterprise Social Computing by David Samoranski

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