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January 07, 2009


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Thanks for taking the time to read and respond to the article! The conversation is good. I've taken some time to respond to the "thumbs downs" on my blog. Hope to continue the interaction! Best.

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susan scrupski

Okay. Shorter comment now. I applaud Oracle's sudden interest in all things e20. It's like I was saying to @georgedearing (Telligent) the #1 barrier to adoption in the enterprise is still Awareness. #2 is Culture (and Oracle misses this), but before we can begin working on the culture issues, enterprise buyers need to "get" what all the fuss is about. I don't care if Oracle wants to spin the definition to suit their needs. In reality, the definition falls apart with every customized social network/collaboration effort anyway. And to your point on employees and cake-eating, I agree with you, but we both know mgmt owns the budget-making decisions for enterprise initiatives. Companies like Oracle are speaking to them in a language they understand.

jose del moral

Is this just an article by Oracle or does it mean they are really going to take it into practice. I don't trust text. I want to see some real changes in the way the company works inside or the type of products they develop and put on the market.

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