Enterprise 2.0

Marks, Oliver
January 2009
Infonomics;2009 AIIM Guide to ECM, p94
Trade Publication
The article discusses the concept of enterprise 2.0, also known as Web 2.0. Enterprise 2.0 is significant to modern technologies and techniques to create powerful business process-specific Web applications to match with other platforms including enterprise content management (ECM), customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP). It states that the major barriers to entry on Web 2.0 application is strict information technology (IT) governance to protect corporate intellectual property.


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