There are too many conversation going on right now about Facebook, LinkedIn and the state of enterprise software… some starting points:
- Tom Davenport argues why Facebook and MySpace won’t change the workplace (and why LinkedIn isn’t a social network);
- Stephen Collins throws in his two cents worth on why enterprise software should be sexy;
- LinkedIn launches a new beta interface, Anne Zelenka on GigaOM explains why “LinkedIn isn’t moving forward aggressively enough to unlock the value of their data and services“.
This is just the tip of the iceberg, but the connection here is the question should Web 2.0 replace enterprise software or do we just use it raise the bar of what is expected?