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JANUARY 20, 2010 [Analytics, SharePoint] NewsGator Acquires Tomoye
NewsGator today announced that it will acquire Tomoye, a vendor that has long focused on enabling collaborative communities within the enterprise. I've only come across Tomoye in governmental settings but the vendor has been in the community space for some time. Tomoye has also been one of the vendors placing bets on SharePoint (as has NewsGator) so the deal is synergistic in that regard. NewsGator and Tomoye were both on that list.
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JULY 2, 2009 [Analytics, SharePoint] Post #e2conf thoughts – installment 4.
They also targeting the serious enterprise who has SharePoint (just about all do) but who are looking for much more functionality (aren’t we all). It was great to see that they have their feet planted in SharePoint 2007 and have their sights set on SharePoint 2010 too. They have some very cool social graph and analytic features that you might want to check out. Home About Services Are you a vendor? Policies Subscribe Gil Yehuda’s Enterprise 2.0
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JANUARY 28, 2008 [Analytics, SharePoint] Why Is Social Software So Important?
Adhering to a form-follows-function approach to system design, IT organizations have delivered applications that automate the transactional, informational, and analytic needs of those work functions. One of the things we are thinking about at Tomoye is that communities serve the next level of engagement (community) - but defined more as engagement with a broader group, outside the immediate team or colleague with which one has a process/ activity relationship.