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July 10, 2009


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Mike -- I certainly agree that compliance is something "best baked in from day one".

I'd also claim that permissioned activity streams and related capabilities Alexander talks about are important for more than compliance with regulatory requirements.

In my opinion, failure to address compliance and security can block use of Enterprise 2.0 technology in contexts where the greatest value, greatest potential for innovation - and most sensitive information - lives. That's why Traction Software has taken the route of "baking in" permissions (for navigation, search, tag clouds and notifiction as well as activity stream), moderation, WebDAV file versioning and more.

Try to do this by slapping separate Social Software and ECM products together and you'll likely end up with something that works like JFK's description of Washington DC: "A city that honors the traditions of Southern efficiency and Northern hospitality."

For more thoughts please see Compliance and Enterprise 2.0 - For the right reasons

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