Saturday 2nd March, 2013
3:20pm to 4:20pm
We’ve heard a lot about ‘Facebook for the Enterprise’ systems, but what benefits do they really deliver to organizations? Many companies are still skeptical of the value of ‘social’ and how it can benefit their bottom line. Microsoft paid over $1bn to acquire Yammer so how does that platform integrate together with SharePoint and what is the vision going forward? In this session, we’ll do some myth debunking and discuss pros/cons of adopting social/collaboration systems into organizations while still maintaining the integrity of SharePoint as a central repository. We’ll also delve into considerations as to how to compare out of the box SharePoint 2013’s new social features to social collaboration platforms.
Astrophysicist; now technologist/strategist, CTO adaptive learning engine company for SharePoint & social sys e.g. Tibbr. Architect TeamProject360.com #Lakers bio from Twitter
Naomi Moneypenny is CTO at Synxi (a ManyWorlds brand) where she leads the development team for the adaptive recommendations & learning engine for SharePoint and other social business systems such as Yammer and Tibbr. Previously, Naomi was a business and IT strategist at Shell working on technology forecasting and collaboration. She has a Masters degree in Astrophysics as well as graduating in executive programs in strategy and M&A from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management. She holds 15 patents in the area of adaptive systems.
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