Enterprise 2.0

There was an interesting discussion between Nicholas Carr and Andrew McAfee about wether the "Web 2.0 toolkit" (wikis, blogs, RSS and the like) will find it's way behind the firewall into corporate IT-systems. One could well argue that busy professionals are overstrained already today handling email, phone-calls and instant-messages. But aren't the new techologies adequate to better master and control the information-flood? Anyway, i find it interesting that a company like SAP invests in a company like Socialtext, and I think Web2.0-features will come into enterprise-IT automatically: because the big software-vendors will incorporate those features into their already existing Web1.0-products (like MS Sharepoint, SAP NetWeaver Portal and so on).

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