SharedInsights Presentation on “The Role of Collaboration in Portals”

October 25, 2006 at 9:54 am | Posted in Attention Management, portals | Leave a comment

 Just a quick plug:

For those of you interested in Attention Management and the future of the portal market, you may want to attend my presentation at the SharedInsights Portals, Collaboration, and Content Conference in Boston from November 8th-10th at the Boston InterContinental hotel.

http://www.portalsevent.com

The Role of Collaboration in Portals
Thursday, November 9, 2006, 9:00 AM – 10:15 AM
Presented By: Craig Roth, Vice President and Service Director, Burton Group
As early as 2002, portal vendors were using built-in collaboration services to differentiate themselves. Later, portal vendors were tasked with integrating existing collaboration tools such as Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange. But as the collaboration and portal markets matured, a symbiotic relationship developed where portals provide value by aggregating existing collaboration services and applying a context to them. What is the relationship between enterprise portals and collaboration? What should enterprises do to better leverage their investments in these areas? Key Issues

  • Two Ships Colliding in the Night: The evolution of collaboration and portals
  • Contextual Collaboration
  • Portals as Solution to Organizational Attention Deficit Disorder: Attention Management
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