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Enterprise content Management in Web 2.0 environment

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  • 1.

2. What is Web 2.0?

  • Introduced by TimO'Reilly at a conference in 2004
    • Not just technology
    • But more emphasis on culture
      • Cultures
      • Sharing, Connected, Openness, Participatory
      • People are very passionate about it
  • Technology
      • Platform for open, standard based applications
      • Platforms for new development and mash-ups

3. Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Publishing Participatation Content management, presentation Content reappropriation ( eg. Mashups) Directories Tagging Users obsrve, lister to website Users add value, co-create They, the media (control held by a few) We, the media ( we create the media) Macro-content Micro-content Authority is key Collective decision making Versions and major releases Contineous micro enhancement Taxonomy Fosksonomy In authors we trust In users we trust Harnesing of authoritys intelligence Harnessing of collective intelligence Control Cooperation 4. Web 2.0 applications

  • Tools
  • - Blogs-Wikis-Instant Messaging-Sharing
  • -Tagging-book marking-ranking-RSS
  • -Micro blogging -Social Networks-Podcasts
  • Mashups etc.
  • Implications
  • Content management became less about storage and maintenance, and more about action and collaboration
  • Socialization of business applications
  • Data centric models to people drive applications
  • Put an end to email overload
  • Bridge distributed and cross functional teams
  • Connect knowledge experts to knowledge workers
  • Collaborate on documents and project- anywhere any time

5. 6.

  • Open Text Corporation,Canada .
  • Collaboration and community Management Products
  • Open text communities of practice (stand alone)
    • community workspaces, forums, blogs, FAQs, question and answer desk, community calendars, personal front page, and more
  • Open text Extended collaboration
    • community workspaces, tasks, polls, discussion forums, blogs, FAQs, community calendars, wikis, real-time collaboration, and more.
  • Open text Social Media
    • communities, blogs, and wikis, can find each other using social search, and have the choice of Web or mobile access (blackberry).

Open Text ECM Suite 7. IBM Content Manager Collaboration Edition

  • Best-of-breed IBM collaboration software (IBM Lotus Quickr) and IBM's industry leading IBM Content Manager product offering.
    • Incorporate existing ECM content into Lotus Quickr team spaces
    • Transfer content authored in Lotus Quickr to an ECM system for storage and management
    • Search ECM content from Lotus Quickr:
    • Interact with ECM content via Lotus Quickr connectors
  • Feature
  • Home pageProfilesCommunitiesActivitiesFilesBlogs
  • WikisBookmarksSocialMobile Access (iphone, Nokia s60)

8. Microsoft SharePoint

  • Empower Teams Through Collaborative Workspaces
  • Connect Organizations Through Portals
  • Enable Communities with Social Computing Tools
  • Reduce Cost and Complexity for IT by Using an Integrated Infrastructure, Existing Investments, and an Extensible Architectural Platform
  • Collaboration Features
  • - My sites-People Search-Blogs-Wikis-Tasks
  • - Announcements-Calendars- Document Libraries
  • -Surveys-Discussion-Forums- Alerts-RSS Feeds
  • -Document Versioning

9. Alfresco (Open source)

  • Personalized Dashboard
  • Shared Site Dashboard
  • Reuse Best Practice
  • Site Activity feed
  • Search for People and Experts
  • Discussion Groups
  • Content tagging
  • Site Calendar
  • Publish to defacto Blogs and Wikis


  • Source :
  • Forrester Wave Q3. 2009


  • Thank you