Following the Enterprise RSS Day of Action, the conversation about Enterprise RSS continued to ripple across the blogosphere:
- Yuriy Krylov provided a detailed overview of RSS and the value of Enterprise RSS to organisations – he concludes, “Centralized, enterprise-class RSS infrastructure is an enabler of more than news consumption. Social, asynchronous feedback loops are critical aspects of collaboration and are made possible by investing in RSS as infrastructure.“
- James MacLennan described the impact of RSS-ifying internal project system and Dennis McDonald discussed why “it is not a “slam dunk” that all IT staff will have an immediate affinity for benefiting from the efficient information flow and improved collaboration and innovation potential that RSS supports.” (also see Oscar Berg‘s thoughts on Jim MacLennan’s post).
- Jeff Nolan reflects on the future of RSS building on the areas where Newsgator is seeing success with RSS but notes “enterprise users are the last to benefit from these advances because they are dependent upon IT. It will happen but the use cases we have to build to will be specific and in some cases tedious in an effort to get a flywheel spinning that elevates RSS in the enterprise to a strategic focus.“
However, what is starting to grab my attention right now are some separate but related conversations about the future of the office productivity suite, eliminating email and activity streaming. But more on all that in another post.