It’s been a busy year for our Portals and Social Business bloggers with changes in the space happening daily. With so much information to absorb, we thought we’d narrow it down for you to our five most popular posts of the year, in no particular order.
A question that we hear a lot is, “Can SharePoint be used for public websites?” The short answer is yes, but there are both pros and cons that need to be evaluated before you make your decision. In this blog post, Mark laid everything out on the table and provides his advice on how to proceed.
Choosing a Global Software Development Partner to Accelerate Your Digital Strategy
To be successful and outpace the competition, you need a software development partner that excels in exactly the type of digital projects you are now faced with accelerating, and in the most cost effective and optimized way possible.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, actor from Looper and Third Rock from the Sun, spoke at IBM Connect about his collaborative production company called HitREcord. In this post, Michael explains the process by which crowds produce content.
Gartner released their Magic Quadrant for horizontal portals in September. Mark Polly broke down what changed, what stayed the same, and what he hopes to see in the future among the leaders, visionaries, challengers, and niche players.
Social media focuses on getting users to your site, while social software is focused on connecting people. In this post, Michael drills into each of the winners and shows where they excel and where they have challenges.
Interest in social intranets began growing as soon as the ball dropped in Times Square on January 1st. Old intranets are being replaced by new “social” intranets. Mark explains the multitude of technologies that tie into an effective social intranet.