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Links 1 through 10 of 180 by Patrick Cormier tagged IMBOK+Trends

He pointed out that unlike Wikipedia, Diplopedia does not allow anonymous contributors, so bad actors could be tracked down. He then observed, “There are plenty of ways to commit career suicide; wikis are just the newest one.”

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A new Forrester report analyzes how the big IT vendors are utilizing Web 2.0 products in the enterprise.

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There are clearly many mediums available to government communicators to engage their audiences. The experience of a handful of governments suggests why blogs should be taken seriously.

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Arbres de la planète, réjouissez-vous! Le bureau sans papier n’est plus une utopie, c’est déjà une réalité pour plusieurs avocats. Les progrès technologiques des dernières années ont permis aux avocats d’arrêter de classer des rames de pap

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In his first interview with TIME, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat down with reporter Laura Locke to talk about Facebook's rapid growth spurt, IPO rumors, future plans and the pressures of being a 23-year-old CEO in Silicon Valley.

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Lawyers and law firms have an uneasy relationship with technology. Never known as "early adopters," lawyers approach technology with wariness and often see technology as a necessary evil. There is, however, a general consensus that, good or evil, technolo

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In his report, "On Equal Terms," National Assembly Deputy Bernard Carayon calls for a law making it compulsory for French government departments to use ODF when they create or distribute documents, and suggests that France ask its European partners to do

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The Japanese government wants to go open source, as a way to rely less on a single vendor IT software infrastructure. And plenty of vendors are lining up to help make this happen.

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Habraken said that Apple has made a very clever inroad into the enterprise market, via the education space. “Most students own iPods and then they own Macs. Apple has also inserted their products in many middle schools and high schools, and Microsoft mi

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A Linux evangelist, Hall can cite numerous reasons why proprietary software might be inferior to open source alternatives (cost, viral attacks, licensing issues), but his main concern is that today’s computing requires an increasing amount of power and

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