Adoption of web based collaboration tools in the enterprise: Challenges and opportunities
|Adoption of web based collaboration tools in the enterprise: Challenges and opportunities|
|Author(s)||Onyechi G.C., Abeysinghe G.|
|Published in||Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on the Current Trends in Information Technology, CTIT 2009|
|Keyword(s)||Blog, Collaboration, Social media, Social networking, Wiki (Extra: Collaboration software, Collaboration Tool, Competitive edges, Customer need, Internet technology, New technologies, Social media, Social networking, Strategic tool, Web-based collaboration, Web-based technologies, Working practices, Information technology, Internet, Profitability, Societies and institutions, Strategic planning, Social networking (online))|
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Adoption of web based collaboration tools in the enterprise: Challenges and opportunities is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Onyechi G.C., Abeysinghe G. and published in Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on the Current Trends in Information Technology, CTIT 2009.
Many organisations nowadays are constantly seeking ways to improve their competitive edge and remain profitable. Organisations use new technology as a strategic tool which help create new ways of satisfying customer needs and working practices. Developments in internet technologies have led to the growing dependence on web-based technologies and more recently, collaboration software platforms. In spite of the vast amount of literature which describes the benefits organisations may reap through the use of these technologies, there is also skepticism regarding the adoption of these tools. This paper takes a critical look at the adoption of collaboration tools, focusing on social media, in the enterprise especially looking at the reason for skepticism in adopting these tools. Through surveys carried out amongst users of social media and case studies, the research looks at the value adding capabilities of social media in business, the challenges and opportunities, and adoption issues.
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