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Enterprise Collaboration - Delivering Better Business Results and Outcomes

  • Published: September 2009
  • Region: Global
  • 153 Pages
  • Butler Group

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The business issues that are forcing IT management to re-evaluate their information worker strategies are, of course, many and varied; but the management and exploitation of business social networking and transactive information (i.e. that associated with specific communities of interest, their interactions, and their ‘products’ or output) is, in Butler Group’s opinion, key. Within any given market or economy, business transaction costs always tend towards a fixed point, and so it then becomes the value-add that a business can bring to these transactions that makes the difference. Maybe this is better customer support, faster delivery, or more flexible working; but whatever the difference, it will undoubtedly be linked with the way an organisation marshals and focuses its people.

Technology Issues

Collaboration means working with people through ‘shared spaces’ that may be Internet service based, enterprise server based, or connected directly by using peer-to-peer technology. Collaboration means working within and across locations, such as home(s), hotels, and offices; it also means working across and within different businesses, organisations, READ MORE >

Section 1: Management Summary

1.1 Management Summary

Section 2: Introduction and Business Perspectives
2.1 Report Introduction and Objectives
2.2 Enterprise Collaboration Past, Present, and Future
2.3 Enterprise Collaboration Drivers and Requirements

Section 3: Reducing Operational Costs Through Enterprise Collaboration
3.1 Reducing the Cost of Information Work
3.2 Increasing Business Efficiency Through ‘Smart Work’
3.3 Adapting to a New World Economy

Section 4: Efficient Collaboration with Remote Workers, Partners, and Customers
4.1 Improving Collaboration with External Stakeholders
4.2 Using Collaboration Tools to Enhance Flexible Working
4.3 Mobile Applications

Section 5: The Impact of Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing on Enterprise Collaboration
5.1 Cloud-based Enterprise Collaboration Solutions
5.2 Extending Collaboration Through Cloud Economics
5.3 Enterprise Collaboration Meets Web 2.0

Section 6: Market Analysis
6.1 Butler Group Enterprise Collaboration Features Matrix
6.2 Butler Group Enterprise Collaboration Decision Matrix
6.3 Enterprise Collaboration Market Analysis

Section 7: Technology Audits
Adobe Systems – Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro 7
Cisco – Enterprise Collaboration
EMC – CenterStage
Google – Google Apps Premier Edition
IBM – Enterprise Collaboration
Microsoft – Enterprise Collaboration
Novell – Enterprise Collaboration
Open Text – Collaboration & Community Management
Oracle – Oracle Beehive 1.5

Section 8: Vendor Profiles
Alfresco
Atlassian
Autonomy
blueKiwi
Citrix
Day Software
GroveSite
Huddle
Jive
Leverage Software
NextPage
ONEsite
OutStart
Ramius Corporation
SocialText
Telligent
Traction Software
Vignette (OpenText)
WorkLight
ZOHO

Section 9: Glossary

- Alfresco
- Atlassian
- Autonomy
- blueKiwi
- Citrix
- Day Software
- GroveSite
- Huddle
- Jive
- Leverage Software
- NextPage
- ONEsite
- OutStart
- Ramius Corporation
- SocialText
- Telligent
- Traction Software
- Vignette (OpenText)
- WorkLight
- ZOHO

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