Twitter’s “water cooler” collaboration, support and problem-solving qualities have led to much discussion about a similar application for internal “Enterprise 2.0″ collaboration and communication.
Yammer’s success touched off a spate of announcements about similar applications, and Jeremiah Owyang and I have been tracking the growing list.
Today I’m proud to present the first side-by-side comparison of 15 enterprise microsharing applications:
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This table was compiled from publicly available information and direct survey of the companies involved. It provides the first public information about both Iron Feed and “unannounced,” and the first organized look at comparable details of all of these applications.
Twitter is warming to internal use and that’s big news. “Private networks that do private or company-internal sharing via Twitter are on the horizon,” said co-founder Ev Williams. Twitter is the microsharing industry leader, the de-facto lingua franca, has made significant strides in scalability and uptime.
For more information on our analysis and the pros and cons of these tools, please register for a copy of our eBook, to be released early next week. A full research briefing will be available in early October.
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