May 2011
Gerencia Tecnologica Informatica;2010, Vol. 9 Issue 24, p32
Academic Journal
The application of Web 2.0 technologies at the organizational level opens a new era marked by corporate collaboration and communication. Enterprise 2.0 is the term that emerged to describe the adoption of Web 2.0 technologies by organizations. This article aims to examine current trends and impact of Web 2.0 in organizations, from an administrative point of view, employees, and the exchange of information within and between enterprises. This phenomenon is expected to generate another wave of changes in organizations that are believed to be similar in magnitude to those experienced during the Internet revolution. In this sense, like any new technology introduction process must overcome certain challenges and conflicts. Security, privacy, ethics and legal considerations, play an important role in the development of these technologies over time. However, it is time that companies begin to develop strategies for achieving your use and remain competitive in the global business scene.


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