Enterprise 2.0

I’ve been looking at a number of interesting companies doing what might best be called Enterprise 2.0. While I’ve avoided posting on the subject for fear of culpability in creating a new mini-bubble, Peter Rip has a thoughtful comment up on the subject, including this spot-on quote about how web apps are finally sneaking into companies:

Web Apps are sneaking in through Port 80 just as PCs snuck in the front door twenty years ago, a phenomenon that ultimately wrestled Model, View, and Control from IBM.

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  3. Google’s Enterprise Strategy: Business as Loss Leader?
  4. The Trouble with Enterprise Software
  5. Syperlink, Metadata, & Sharing Enterprise Data