social media Category

EUI Summit – Day 0

Kirsten and I arrived in Aspen for the Enterprise UI Summit yesterday, tired and hungry. Overall the trip was pretty uneventful, although we had a super tight connection in Denver, and a bumpy ride into Aspen because of the weather.  I think it is going take me a little while to get acclimated to the […]

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Enterprise UI Summit – prework

Elsewhere, I’ve written about SAP’s intranet (called the Corporate Portal), which runs on the SAP NetWeaver platform.  In addition to our intranet, at SAP we have an instance of the Jive Clearspace Suite installed for collaboration both inside and outside the firewall.  I have enjoyed my use of the ‘Collaboration Workspace’ so far, though I […]

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Googled

I enjoy working with all kinds of technology and being online.  I am ‘hyper-connected’ in part because my work demands it – so much of what I do involves a computer and internet technologies (and more recently, social media).  However, when it comes to an online presence, I have always struggled between my high-tech work […]

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Michael Krigsman podcast

This week I had the opportunity to speak with ZDNet blogger Michael Krigsman.  About 30% of all IT projects fail, and his blog is focused on why that is the case, and what can be done about it.   Michael runs his own consulting business that is part of the SAP ecosystem.  He has become interested in […]

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Exploring social media

Before my maternity leave (early summer last year), I met with one of the guys in SAP’s Emerging Solutions development organization.  He told me that they had spoken with some young students and received some use cases for different technologies.  One of the uses cases for email?  Sending a thank-you to parents of a friend. […]

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