Category Archives: Collaboration

Real-time and asynchronous collaboration, formerly known as groupware. Sometimes included as part of “Enterprise 2.0″.

9 Things You Must Do to Have a Good Meetup

I spend a fair amount of time encouraging the formation of local community meetups around Alfresco and, when I can, attending many of these in all parts of the world. Alfresco meetups are especially fun because I get to meet … Continue reading

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Kablink press release goes kerplunk

I don’t know why this rankled me so much. Maybe I should just write it off as somebody’s PR firm getting a little too aggressive. But check out this claim made in an announcement yesterday by open source collaboration software … Continue reading

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Thoughts on social software and events

It sounds like Ringside has some work brewing around events. I haven’t updated my Ringside source code in a while so I don’t know how much of this can be played with right now but I’m anxious to take a … Continue reading

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Notes from the Gilbane conference on content management and collaboration

The Gilbane Conference on Content Management and Collaboration wrapped up last week in Boston. This was my first Gilbane conference. The most notable thing about the conference is that all of the sessions are made up of panelists participating in … Continue reading

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In Boston for Gilbane

I am in Boston today for the Gilbane conference on content management and collaboration. If you are too, let me know. I’ll post my notes here as soon as I can.

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Gaim name game

GAIM, the multi-protocol, cross-platform instant messaging client has changed its name to Pidgin. If you’re looking for the “Jabber” entry in the protocol list, it’s been replaced by the name of the protocol that Jabber speaks, XMPP.

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Stellent offers wiki/blog tool

Gilbane reports that Stellent is now offering blogs and wikis for corporate use as part of their Universal Content Management offering. The company is hosting a webinar in which details about the offering will be provided.

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Migration tools are marketing, not technical, tools

CMSWatch says that although Trends: Microsoft has released free migration tools for Notes/Domino, it is the custom Notes/Domino code that makes it hard to switch. I’ve architected Notes/Domino applications as well as solutions on other document management and collaboration platforms … Continue reading

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Sametime upgrade features social networking

eWeek is reporting that the newest version of IBM’s Sametime collaboration software will include social networking features. Lotus Revamps Sametime Collaboration Tools

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Excellent BPM/workflow article

Just about every solution I’ve implemented over the last twelve years has been workflow-centric. Lately, many of our clients have been trying to slog through the–often political–business of understanding what “workflow” really means. Usually it is in the context of … Continue reading

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