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Reshaping your business with web 2.0 : using the new collaborative technologies to lead business transformation, Vince Casarez ... [and others], (electronic resource)

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Reshaping your business with web 2.0 : using the new collaborative technologies to lead business transformation
Title
Reshaping your business with web 2.0
Title remainder
using the new collaborative technologies to lead business transformation
Statement of responsibility
Vince Casarez ... [and others]
Contributor
Subject
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
UMI
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Casarez, Vince
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  • Business enterprises
  • Information technology
  • Technological innovations
  • Web 2.0
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Reshaping your business with web 2.0 : using the new collaborative technologies to lead business transformation, Vince Casarez ... [and others], (electronic resource)
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https://mcpl.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://proquestcombo.safaribooksonline.com/?uiCode=midcontpl&xmlId=9780071600781
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Connecting Correctly
  • Software-augmented Social Life
  • 88
  • Fickle Users: Fleeting and Localized Success Stories
  • 90
  • Strategic Underlying Constructs
  • 92
  • Omnipotent Social Graph
  • 92
  • Endless Activity Streams
  • 94
  • 13
  • Applications Galore
  • 95
  • Ambient Social Networks
  • 96
  • Who's Doing What?
  • 97
  • Audience Is Listening
  • 97
  • Time Sinks
  • 99
  • Managing the Enterprise
  • Opportunities for the Enterprise
  • 99
  • Net Natives
  • 100
  • Social Norms
  • 101
  • Reaping the Social Networking Benefits
  • 102
  • Part II
  • Technologies
  • 15
  • Chapter 5
  • Mashups: A Behavior and a Technology
  • Vince Casarez
  • 107
  • Enterprise Mashups
  • 108
  • All Mashups Are Not Created Equal
  • 110
  • Mashup Types and Suppliers
  • 111
  • Connecting Information, Increasing Productivity
  • Data Source Mashups: Kapow Technologies
  • 112
  • Process Mashups: Serena Software
  • 113
  • Developer Assembly: BEA Systems
  • 115
  • Visual Assembly: Oracle USA, Inc.
  • 116
  • Mashup Styles vs. Enterprise Portals
  • 116
  • 16
  • Mashups and Self-Propagation
  • 119
  • Creating Mashups
  • 120
  • Creating a Stock and News Feed Mashup
  • 122
  • Managing Flexibility to Minimize Complexity and Costs
  • 129
  • Chapter 6
  • AJAX and Beyond: Merging the Desktop with the Web
  • Participation Culture
  • Philipp Weckerle
  • 133
  • Loads of Solutions for a Single Problem
  • 135
  • Full Page Refresh: So '80s
  • 136
  • Quick Response Equals Quick Experience
  • 136
  • RIA: The Best Thing?
  • 136
  • 16
  • Dynamic DOM Manipulation
  • 137
  • Yahoo! UI Library
  • 139
  • Ruby on Rails
  • 141
  • Adobe Flash-based Environments
  • 142
  • Adobe Flex
  • 142
  • Collective Intelligence: Crowdsourcing and Search Engine Technology
  • OpenLaszlo
  • 144
  • Other Technologies
  • 144
  • Microsoft Silverlight
  • 145
  • Java Applets
  • 146
  • ActiveX Controls
  • 146
  • 17
  • User Interface Languages
  • 146
  • Adobe AIR
  • 148
  • Mozilla Prism
  • 148
  • AJAX with Active Update
  • 148
  • Chapter 7
  • APIs: Interfaces and Ecosystems
  • Part I
  • Public Web and Enterprise Expectations
  • Philipp Weckerle
  • 153
  • Layer Integration
  • 154
  • Representational State Transfer
  • 155
  • JavaScript Object Notation
  • 157
  • More Specialized Approaches
  • 158
  • 20
  • Example: OpenSocial "Retrieve Friends"
  • 159
  • Loose Coupling vs. Tight Integration
  • 160
  • Enterprise 2.0 Challenges in a Web 2.0 World
  • 160
  • Choosing Services
  • 162
  • Chapter 8
  • Security and Compliance: Maintaining Control While Providing Flexibility
  • Workforce of Today
  • Vince Casarez
  • 163
  • Mature Application Frameworks
  • 165
  • Service Layer Security and Compliance Policy
  • 166
  • Communication Data Security
  • 168
  • Identities and Access Control
  • 172
  • 23
  • Proliferation of Identities
  • 176
  • Authorization
  • 177
  • Compliance Policies for Your Business Domain
  • 178
  • Part III
  • Best Practices
  • Chapter 9
  • Putting Web 2.0 to Use in the Enterprise: Higher Value from Greater Participation
  • Chapter 2
  • Jean Sini
  • 183
  • Scale Matters
  • 184
  • Participatory Systems
  • 186
  • Search Links
  • 188
  • Tapping into Existing Flows
  • 189
  • Many Voices: We're All Publishers
  • Know Your Goals
  • 190
  • Web 2.0 Culture: Success Enablers
  • 191
  • Beyond the Basics
  • 194
  • Chapter 10
  • Semantic Web: New Paradigms and the Future
  • Billy Cripe
  • 197
  • Jean Sini
  • Business Users
  • 199
  • Business Information
  • 201
  • Web 2.0 vs. Semantic Web
  • 203
  • Semantic Web Structures
  • 208
  • Folksonomies as Seeds of Semantic Ontologies
  • 212
  • 27
  • Keywords as Information Ontology
  • 214
  • Tags as Information Teleology
  • 216
  • Semantic Business Intelligence
  • 217
  • Tactical Utility
  • 219
  • Strategic Vision
  • 223
  • Paradigm Shifts
  • Assumptions and the Physician's Redux
  • 227
  • Thinking Semantically
  • 228
  • Integrated Relevancy Discipline
  • 228
  • 29
  • Behaviors
  • Tools of Participation
  • 30
  • Narrating the Web
  • 30
  • Quick, a Wiki
  • 38
  • Attention Economy: Taming the Content Flood
  • 42
  • Enterprise Opportunity
  • 43
  • Chapter 1
  • Conversation Is Everywhere
  • 43
  • Knowledge Building, Crowd-sourced
  • 47
  • Chapter 3
  • Power of Crowds: Varieties of Collaboration
  • Billy Cripe, Philipp Weckerle
  • 49
  • Power of Crowds
  • 53
  • Participation Culture: Opportunities and Pitfalls
  • Power of Teams
  • 56
  • Crafting Meaning: Tagging
  • 60
  • Reshaping Relevancy
  • 61
  • Google
  • 63
  • Flickr
  • 64
  • Billy Cripe, Philipp Weckerle
  • Last.fm
  • 65
  • Gaps, Deficiencies, and Missing Features
  • 68
  • Popularity
  • 69
  • Author-originator Tags and Keywords as Data Seeds
  • 70
  • Risks in Folksonomy: Implementations and Solutions
  • 70
  • 3
  • Key Business Requirements
  • 71
  • Democratic Author-originator Keywords
  • 72
  • Social Tagging
  • 75
  • Information Ratings
  • 77
  • Clouding
  • 79
  • Culture of Participation
  • Search Results and Micro Clouds
  • 80
  • Nano Clouds
  • 80
  • Cloud Constellations
  • 81
  • An Alternative Navigation Paradigm
  • 82
  • Tag and Keyword Constellations
  • 83
  • 12
  • Suggestion Engine
  • 83
  • Role-based Relevancy
  • 84
  • Final Considerations
  • 85
  • Chapter 4
  • Social Networking: Discriminating Connectedness
  • Jean Sini
  • 87
Control code
852523155
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (1 volume)
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9780071643665
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0500000225
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 852523155
  • (OCoLC)852523155
Label
Reshaping your business with web 2.0 : using the new collaborative technologies to lead business transformation, Vince Casarez ... [and others], (electronic resource)
Link
https://mcpl.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://proquestcombo.safaribooksonline.com/?uiCode=midcontpl&xmlId=9780071600781
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Connecting Correctly
  • Software-augmented Social Life
  • 88
  • Fickle Users: Fleeting and Localized Success Stories
  • 90
  • Strategic Underlying Constructs
  • 92
  • Omnipotent Social Graph
  • 92
  • Endless Activity Streams
  • 94
  • 13
  • Applications Galore
  • 95
  • Ambient Social Networks
  • 96
  • Who's Doing What?
  • 97
  • Audience Is Listening
  • 97
  • Time Sinks
  • 99
  • Managing the Enterprise
  • Opportunities for the Enterprise
  • 99
  • Net Natives
  • 100
  • Social Norms
  • 101
  • Reaping the Social Networking Benefits
  • 102
  • Part II
  • Technologies
  • 15
  • Chapter 5
  • Mashups: A Behavior and a Technology
  • Vince Casarez
  • 107
  • Enterprise Mashups
  • 108
  • All Mashups Are Not Created Equal
  • 110
  • Mashup Types and Suppliers
  • 111
  • Connecting Information, Increasing Productivity
  • Data Source Mashups: Kapow Technologies
  • 112
  • Process Mashups: Serena Software
  • 113
  • Developer Assembly: BEA Systems
  • 115
  • Visual Assembly: Oracle USA, Inc.
  • 116
  • Mashup Styles vs. Enterprise Portals
  • 116
  • 16
  • Mashups and Self-Propagation
  • 119
  • Creating Mashups
  • 120
  • Creating a Stock and News Feed Mashup
  • 122
  • Managing Flexibility to Minimize Complexity and Costs
  • 129
  • Chapter 6
  • AJAX and Beyond: Merging the Desktop with the Web
  • Participation Culture
  • Philipp Weckerle
  • 133
  • Loads of Solutions for a Single Problem
  • 135
  • Full Page Refresh: So '80s
  • 136
  • Quick Response Equals Quick Experience
  • 136
  • RIA: The Best Thing?
  • 136
  • 16
  • Dynamic DOM Manipulation
  • 137
  • Yahoo! UI Library
  • 139
  • Ruby on Rails
  • 141
  • Adobe Flash-based Environments
  • 142
  • Adobe Flex
  • 142
  • Collective Intelligence: Crowdsourcing and Search Engine Technology
  • OpenLaszlo
  • 144
  • Other Technologies
  • 144
  • Microsoft Silverlight
  • 145
  • Java Applets
  • 146
  • ActiveX Controls
  • 146
  • 17
  • User Interface Languages
  • 146
  • Adobe AIR
  • 148
  • Mozilla Prism
  • 148
  • AJAX with Active Update
  • 148
  • Chapter 7
  • APIs: Interfaces and Ecosystems
  • Part I
  • Public Web and Enterprise Expectations
  • Philipp Weckerle
  • 153
  • Layer Integration
  • 154
  • Representational State Transfer
  • 155
  • JavaScript Object Notation
  • 157
  • More Specialized Approaches
  • 158
  • 20
  • Example: OpenSocial "Retrieve Friends"
  • 159
  • Loose Coupling vs. Tight Integration
  • 160
  • Enterprise 2.0 Challenges in a Web 2.0 World
  • 160
  • Choosing Services
  • 162
  • Chapter 8
  • Security and Compliance: Maintaining Control While Providing Flexibility
  • Workforce of Today
  • Vince Casarez
  • 163
  • Mature Application Frameworks
  • 165
  • Service Layer Security and Compliance Policy
  • 166
  • Communication Data Security
  • 168
  • Identities and Access Control
  • 172
  • 23
  • Proliferation of Identities
  • 176
  • Authorization
  • 177
  • Compliance Policies for Your Business Domain
  • 178
  • Part III
  • Best Practices
  • Chapter 9
  • Putting Web 2.0 to Use in the Enterprise: Higher Value from Greater Participation
  • Chapter 2
  • Jean Sini
  • 183
  • Scale Matters
  • 184
  • Participatory Systems
  • 186
  • Search Links
  • 188
  • Tapping into Existing Flows
  • 189
  • Many Voices: We're All Publishers
  • Know Your Goals
  • 190
  • Web 2.0 Culture: Success Enablers
  • 191
  • Beyond the Basics
  • 194
  • Chapter 10
  • Semantic Web: New Paradigms and the Future
  • Billy Cripe
  • 197
  • Jean Sini
  • Business Users
  • 199
  • Business Information
  • 201
  • Web 2.0 vs. Semantic Web
  • 203
  • Semantic Web Structures
  • 208
  • Folksonomies as Seeds of Semantic Ontologies
  • 212
  • 27
  • Keywords as Information Ontology
  • 214
  • Tags as Information Teleology
  • 216
  • Semantic Business Intelligence
  • 217
  • Tactical Utility
  • 219
  • Strategic Vision
  • 223
  • Paradigm Shifts
  • Assumptions and the Physician's Redux
  • 227
  • Thinking Semantically
  • 228
  • Integrated Relevancy Discipline
  • 228
  • 29
  • Behaviors
  • Tools of Participation
  • 30
  • Narrating the Web
  • 30
  • Quick, a Wiki
  • 38
  • Attention Economy: Taming the Content Flood
  • 42
  • Enterprise Opportunity
  • 43
  • Chapter 1
  • Conversation Is Everywhere
  • 43
  • Knowledge Building, Crowd-sourced
  • 47
  • Chapter 3
  • Power of Crowds: Varieties of Collaboration
  • Billy Cripe, Philipp Weckerle
  • 49
  • Power of Crowds
  • 53
  • Participation Culture: Opportunities and Pitfalls
  • Power of Teams
  • 56
  • Crafting Meaning: Tagging
  • 60
  • Reshaping Relevancy
  • 61
  • Google
  • 63
  • Flickr
  • 64
  • Billy Cripe, Philipp Weckerle
  • Last.fm
  • 65
  • Gaps, Deficiencies, and Missing Features
  • 68
  • Popularity
  • 69
  • Author-originator Tags and Keywords as Data Seeds
  • 70
  • Risks in Folksonomy: Implementations and Solutions
  • 70
  • 3
  • Key Business Requirements
  • 71
  • Democratic Author-originator Keywords
  • 72
  • Social Tagging
  • 75
  • Information Ratings
  • 77
  • Clouding
  • 79
  • Culture of Participation
  • Search Results and Micro Clouds
  • 80
  • Nano Clouds
  • 80
  • Cloud Constellations
  • 81
  • An Alternative Navigation Paradigm
  • 82
  • Tag and Keyword Constellations
  • 83
  • 12
  • Suggestion Engine
  • 83
  • Role-based Relevancy
  • 84
  • Final Considerations
  • 85
  • Chapter 4
  • Social Networking: Discriminating Connectedness
  • Jean Sini
  • 87
Control code
852523155
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (1 volume)
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9780071643665
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0500000225
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 852523155
  • (OCoLC)852523155

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