Monthly Archive: July 2007

Jul 27

Thunder for Electronic Whiteboarding – an introduction

Thunder is one product in the collaborative solutions portfolio that we are packaging internally. The tool is an electronic whiteboard solution which allows users within and beyond a room to interact with an easel. We are using this tool internally to fully experience its benefits. I have used the solution remotely but haven’t yet managed …

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Jul 25

UK Internet Survey – usage up – blogging down

The Oxford Internet Institute publish a number of interesting reports.  One is an survey of UK internet usage survey of UK internet usage which I hadn’t heard of till yesterday.  Its got some really interesting statistics: 66% in UK access internet from home Users beleive they have a role regulating the internet.  Non-users think it should be …

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Jul 11

What does collaboration and collaboration technologies mean to you?

I posed this question to a few IT folk recently.  It is interesting the response you get.  Some interesting responses: “its Notes and Sametime” and “its Outlook” (depending on who you ask) “its the way we do unstructured work and the tools we use to perform that work” “is that all this facebook stuff” It …

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