Tag Archives: Web 2.0

Mark Drapeau: Six ways to join the goverati



First came the technorati. Then the twitterati. Now the goverati have burst onto the Web 2.0 scene. These are individuals from government and industry alike leveraging new technology to better shape government policy and direction. So what can industry do to keep on top of this emerging trend? Who better …

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U.S. Air Force gives Web 2.0 a chance

It’s great, but is it safe? That’s been the question for Web 2.0, as the U.S. Air Force has eyed the technology in the hopes of boosting its missions around the world Now, it seems, Web 2.0 is getting a chance … cautiously. “The new techniques, including blogs, wikis and …

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Pentagon moves closer to embracing Web 2.0 technology

Remember back in the day when The 9/11 Commission Report outlined the lack of coordination between different government agencies in “assessing vulnerabilities and handling problems of protection and preparedness”? Looks like government agencies are doing their part for history not to repeat itself. A key part of that strategy is …

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A 1.0 Business Case for Government Web 2.0 Adoption

For all its transformative potential, future adoption of Web 2.0 within the Federal government rests on the same business case requirements as any other product or service. And while enterprise wikis and secure video sharing applications are gaining converts in civilian, intelligence and defense organizations, decision makers in the upper …

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Social Video for the US Intelligence Community

ExecutiveBiz members have had the pleasure of interacting with a long line of IT thought leaders. One of note is Chris Rasmussen, a great advocate for information sharing and collaboration within the federal space and a master of the use of new tools to get groups working together on hard …

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The Fourth Estate in ’08

No where is the changing online landscape more apparent than in the newsrooms of the major daily newspapers across the country. With more competition for attention than ever before, reporters and editors are struggling to create a product that both adds value to the collective conversation and is financially sustainable. …

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Government Web2.0 Trends for 2008

In the context of enterprise IT, a “mega trend” is a long term movement in time that drives large masses of people and is a forcing function for strategic directions. One of the mega trends sweeping over us all right now is Web2.0. This trend will continue to impact government …

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Speeding the delivery of Web2.0 capabilities into government

IT leaders in government are wrestling with several competing forces in the Web2.0 world. The greatest force is a push for change towards more user-focused computing.  But a resisting counter force threatens to delay this change. The counter force here is institutional inertia. Big organizations are just slow to change, …

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SaaS Panel Delivers Packed Room At ExecutiveBiz Conference

Even Conference organizers charged with assembling provocative panel discussions and speakers can end up pleasantly surprised when one topic strikes a noticeable chord with attendees. That was certainly the case with the ExecutiveBiz The New New Internet Conference afternoon panel discussion – Software as a Service: Benefits Beyond Delivery. As …

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