New corporate knowledge management system demonstrated

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We’ve all seen enterprise knowledge management systems that no one uses. ConnectBeam’s CEO, Puneet Gupta, demonstrates a new kind of knowledge management system that uses Web 2.0 concepts.


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7 Responses to “New corporate knowledge management system demonstrated”

  1. Web 2.0 comes to enterprise « Scobleizer - Tech Geek Blogger Says:

    […] Demo of ConnectBeam, Web 2.0 meets enterprise knowledge management. 7:29. Quicktime video. Interview with Puneet Gupta, CEO of ConnectBeam. 16:26. Quicktime video. […]

  2. What Says:

    Quicktime?????????????????????????????????????????

  3. Web 2.0 comes to enterprise « Webdevelopment Technologies Says:

    […] Demo of ConnectBeam, Web 2.0 meets enterprise knowledge management. 7:29. Quicktime video. Interview with Puneet Gupta, CEO of ConnectBeam. 16:26. Quicktime video. […]

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  5. Alex Says:

    How can I watch it not in QuickTime junk viewer?
    It just inform me that required component not found.

  6. Robert Scoble Says:

    Alex: alternate formats are coming soon, but for now the latest version of Quicktime is required.

  7. Skeptic Says:

    Awesome. I’m glad that alternative formats to quicktime are “coming soon”. That was 2 months ago? If you’re not going to do it, or if you’re not going get around to following up, just say so. “oops, sorry, I forgot” is just as bad as saying “coming soon” and not meaning it. Be a man. Say, “sorry, maybe next time.”

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