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Donnerstag, 10. Dezember 2009

The Forrester Blog For Information & Knowledge Management Professionals

Social networks are becoming much more pervasive than today’s mass-market communities—such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn—would lead you to believe. Before long, many will be embedded in the full range of business and personal applications. In ten years’ time, today’s social networks will have evolved into a powerful, seamless worldwide infrastructure for collaboration, sharing, interaction, and transactions. Many will be integral features of the mobile, broadband, and streaming media services that shape business and consumer life. Many will be secure, robust environments that span across federated public and private clouds.

Interesting blog entry on the importance of social networks and how analytics will be used in the future from Enterprises and Marketing to track, what is going on and to identify opportunities.

My take: Beside "Private" or Enterprise-internal social networks we will see more and more the convergence of your private and your business identiy in social networks. In Germany Xing was (and still is) the Business network, Facebook or StudiVZ were the private networks, I do see a change that private and business network are going to merge, with all the risks and chances related to it.

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