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    A lot of people are talking about Enterprise 2.0 as being the business application of Web 2.0 technology. However, there's still some debate on exactly what this technology entails, how it applies to today's business models, and which components bring true value. Some use the term Enterprise 2.0 exclusively to describe the use of social networking technologies in the enterprise, while others use it to describe a web economy platform, or the technological framework behind such a platform. Still others say that Enterprise 2.0 is all of these things.

    Truth is, there抯 something to all of it, but obviously not everything is probably of relevance to you or your company. This guide will help you research key aspects of Enterprise 2.0, such as social networking in an enterprise setting, security concerns, governance, and the true value of Web 2.0 frameworks like Ruby on Rails.



    Editor's Note: To get the complete scoop on Enterprise 2.0, replay ebizQ's first ever Enterprise 2.0 virtual conference, in all its collaborative glory. On Demand now!

    Web 2.0 Guide :Table of Contents

    Origins of the term

    What is Enterprise 2.0?
    Enterprise 2.0 is not just technology. In fact, according to one French blogger, it is everything but technology. Collaboration and sharing are the big things that make Enterprise 2.0, as blogs and wikis are a total waste of time unless people are using them. In this article, Fred Cavazza fleshes out the potential role that different enterprise 2.0 technologies can play in the corporate setting, from wikis to microblogging.

    What is Web 2.0 (O扲eilly)
    Industry guru Tim O扲eilly is generally credited for putting the Web 2.0 concept firmly on the map through his 2004 Web 2.0 conference. This article outlines the main findings of that conference and the refinement and clarification that took place in the year afterwards. If you抮e not sure of the basic concept, the list of comparisons between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 on the front page will help.

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