Creating Enterprise 2.0 From Web 2.0

Lazar, Irwin
August 2007
Business Communications Review;Aug2007, Vol. 37 Issue 8, p14
Trade Publication
This article discusses the features of Web 2.0, which is a series of communities and services on the World Wide Web, and their potential impact on communication and collaboration in enterprises. It talks about common Web 2.0 applications such as blogs, or interactive on-line journals, and wikis, or collaborative Web pages that anyone can direct. Many enterprise members have concerns about the potentially negative impact of Web 2.0 applications on their businesses, including lack of organization, loss of data, and bad publicity. Advice is given on how to deal with these concerns.


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