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  1. roygoodwin
    October 16, 2012 @ 9:06 am

    Social communication in the wild:

  2. avshalomh
    October 18, 2012 @ 11:03 am

    Personally I am not sure what social in business will be. It is very different form e.g. Facebook where the intent is to create social networks and some time Facebook becomes the more important “lives” of people. In business, people do not easily share their business contacts since a lot of them are actually their advantage in their ability to do their work and my contacts in business usually do not want me to “share” them.

    So I am a little bit skeptic about social collaboration in business… It will take a lot of time to find the equilibrium between sharing friends and data and protecting your own business. This is even more sensitive between people working in competing corporations where the corporations rules would not allow much of “socialization” between people of different corporations.

  3. kbsalazar
    October 24, 2012 @ 1:44 pm

    I see a need for short term/high privacy team interactions that go beyond the standard document-based or workflow-based collaboration paradigms. Especially on shared projects that span multiple offices or pull together players from many different companies. No secret – I’m a proposal specialist. We have intense team activity in short bursts, with business-proprietary sharing needs that have to be sequestered from other normal accesses, and that expire into limited-access archive status after deadlines are achieved.