9780071591607

ENTERPRISE 2.0 IMPLEMENTATION Integrate Web 2.0 Services into Your Enterprise

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    9780071591607

  • ISBN10:

    0071591605

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2008-09-25
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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Summary

Deploy Dynamic Web 2.0 Services in Corporate NetworksFacilitate collaboration and foster internal innovation by integrating next-generation Web 2.0 technologies throughout your enterprise IT framework. Packed with real-world examples and timesaving tips, Enterprise 2.0 Implementation shows how to use viral and social networking tools to gain the competitive edge. Get full details on managing corporate blogs, wikis, mashups, RSS feeds, tagging and bookmarking data, and RIAs. You'll also learn how to maximize ROI, use Semantic Web technologies, and implement security. Expand corporate presence to Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, and Ning Build internal social networks using open source and commercial applications Reduce infrastructure and IT costs through SaaS vendors Consolidate disparate information using Enterprise 2.0 Discovery Manage wikis, blogs, mashups, and RSS/Atom feeds Set up Rich Internet Applications Develop security, risk management, and disaster recovery strategies

Author Biography

Aaron C. Newman is the founder and president of Techrigy, Inc. (www.techrigy.com), a company specializing in monitoring and measuring social media. He is the coauthor of Oracle Security Handbook.

Jeremy Thomas is a technical manager with ActiveNetwork where he leads development activities for active.com, a Web 2.0 community for sports enthusiasts.

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Table of Contents

The evolving technology environmentp. 3
Enterprise 2.0 ROIp. 21
Social media and networkingp. 39
Software as a servicep. 55
Architecting Enterprise 2.0p. 71
Enabling discoveryp. 109
Implementing signals and syndicationp. 145
Implementing Wikisp. 179
Implementing blogsp. 203
Building mashup capabilitiesp. 237
Rich Internet applicationsp. 263
Implementing social networkingp. 283
The semantic Webp. 313
Governance, risk management, and compliancep. 337
Securityp. 355
Glossaryp. 381
Indexp. 391
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