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Enterprise 3.0 = (SaaS + EE)

Posted on Thursday, Apr 19th

I wrote a piece defining the next generation Enterprise framework, and wrote a number of derivative pieces on the subject about specific companies:


* Enterprise 3.0 = (Saas + EE)
* Enterprise 3.0 = (Saas + EE + SME + TWS)

Public Companies:

* IBM’s Entry into Social Networking
* Design Collaboration in the Extended Enterprise
* Cisco Acquires Webex, Beefs Collaboration
* Steps into the Main Arena
* Google enters Enterprise 3.0 Collaboration
* SaaS: Omniture and the Extended Enterprise
* Concur Set to Conquer Enterprise Travel
* SaaS: Rightnow and the Extended Enterprise
* Taleo and the Extended Enterprise
* Citrix: Acquisition Target for SAP, Oracle
* SAP and Enterprise 3.0
* Oracle and Enterprise 3.0
* Citrix’s Collaboration Business Offers Strategic Options
* Google’s Enterprise 3.0 Strategy
* Concur’s SME Opportunity

Small Companies:

* Rearden Commerce : Contextual Services
* Trampoline : Expertise Location
* eProject : Enterprise 3.0 Collaboration


* Concur CEO Steve Singh
* Taking on Business Intelligence: Lucidera CEO Ken Rudin
* TeleWebSales: A Methodology Discussion with Anneke Seley


* Enterprise 3.0 Event: Nuggets

Also of interest:

* Shai Agassi is Leaving SAP

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