Is Enterprise 2.0 Bad for Corporations?
Just thinking about implementing Enterprise 2.0 solutions could
damage your health or worse your career. New research by leading
authoritative sources reveals a small but deadly link between thoughts
of Enterprise 2.0 and diagnosis of inoperable brain cancer.
that have welcomed the news report that their suppression of Enterprise
2.0 related news has kept them safer. “This news has come as a great
relief to me. I feel like my current email system and file management
server finally have some purpose. I just hope others learn to be happy
with what they have and not feel like they are falling behind,” said
After a rise in news reports
stating that working alone may reduce the risk of cancer and switching
to rotary dial telephones can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s this new
report is receiving mixed responses across the world.
When asked about how they felt about the new report, some random people responded:
Andrew McAfee Author
“Seems like a mixture of weird science, flawed logic and voodoo semantics. What morons! Wait, I need to Tweet that”
Is Enterprise 2.0 Addictive?
What Happens Now?
The people of Oracle, Jive Software, OpenText, Microsoft, Telligent, MindTouch, Acquia Drupal, Interwoven and others are working to make a difference. We’re tired of being sued by every Larry, Moe and Curly with a headache and a Commodore 64
on their desk. We don’t want to be bled dry by a whole new generation
of 5 1/4 floppy users saying they just “didn’t know.” So we’ll try a
little candor for a change.
As for the people we may have misled all this time: Hey, we’re sorry, but business is business.
(Cross-posted @ Seek Omega)