Monthly Archive: April 2007

Apr 29

Foldera Beta – first impressions

I’ve been an avid follower of foldera for quite some time now and have finally got access to the beta.  For the uninitiated foldera is a web based ajax rich collaboration environment allowing individuals or teams to share: emails calendars files tasks The main role I would see Foldera playing is in the rapid provisioning of ad-hoc …

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Apr 27

Content Management Solutions – how not to deploy

Outside my work I’ve been involved with an organisation where I maintain content for some web pages which were raw html code, of course I cheated and used Dreamweaver.  Well the organisation decided that they wanted a consitent theme across the various websites and would like to extend the authorship by moving away from HTML junkies …

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Apr 27

Social Technographics

Charlene Li of Forrester recently posted an interesting article on her blog about the results of an online consumer study over in the US, based on a paper she has authored.  Needless to say I took her up on the offer of a copy of the paper and read with interest thinking about how this data would …

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