Reshaping Your Business with Web 2.0

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Date

October 15, 2008

Format

Electronic book text, 259 pages

ISBN

0071643664 / 9780071643665

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Overview


Main description

Integrate Web 2.0 trends and technologies into the enterprise

Written by a team of experts from the Web 2.0 community and Oracle Corporation, this innovative guide provides a blueprint for leveraging the new culture of participation in an enterprise environment. Reshaping Your Business with Web 2.0 offers proven strategies for the successful adoption of an enterprise 2.0 paradigm and covers the technical solutions that best apply in specific situations. You will find clear guidelines for using Web 2.0 technologies and standards in a productive way to align with business goals, increase efficiency, and provide measurable bottom line growth.

  • Foster collaboration and accelerate information dissemination with blogs and wikis
  • Implement folksonomic strategies to achieve business intelligence, analytics, and semantic web goals
  • Capture and broadcast connection graphs and activity streams via social networks
  • Bring together application data, business analytics, unstructured information, and collaborative interactions in enterprise mashups
  • Enable rich Internet applications with Ajax, Ruby on Rails, Flash, FLEX, and other technologies
  • Connect your Web 2.0 ecosystem through Web services, such as REST and JSON
  • Ensure security and compliance management

 


Table of contents

Foreword
Introduction
Part 1: The Behaviors
Chapter 1: Participation Culture: Opportunities and Pitfalls
Chapter 2: Many Voices: We're All Publishers
Chapter 3: The Power of Crowds: Varieties of Collaboration
Chapter 4: Social Networking: Discriminating Connectedness
Part 2: The Technologies
Chapter 5: Mashups: A Behavior and a Technology
Chapter 6: AJAX and Beyond: Merging the Desktop with the Web
Chapter 7: The APIs: Interfaces and Ecosystems
Chapter 8: Security and Compliance: Maintaining Control While Providing Flexibility
Part III: Best Practices
Chapter 9: Putting Web 2.0 to Use in the Enterprise: Higher Value From Greater Participation
Chapter 10: The Semantic Web: New Paradigms and the Future
References
Index


Author comments

Vince Casarez, vice president, Oracle Corporation, focuses on Web 2.0 technology development, Enterprise 2.0, and portal products.

Billy Cripe, director of product management, Oracle Corporation, focuses on Enterprise 2.0 strategy and Enterprise Content Management products.

Jean Sini co-founded the Web 2.0 startup Activeweave in 2005, acquired in April 2008 by Buzzlogic, where he is currently chief technology officer.

Philipp Weckerle leads the product management efforts on Oracle Reports and Content Integration at Oracle Corporation. He has more than 15 years of experience in the software industry.

 





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