Web 2.0 goes corporate

July 27, 2007
Web 2.0 finding favour in the corporate world
ITwire
Ian Grayson reports web hotspots like Second Life, FaceBook and World of Warcraft aren’t just for school kids anymore.

” With companies constantly on the lookout for anything that might give them a competitive edge, growing numbers are turning to these Web 2.0 applications to see what they have to offer.”

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Tips for talking to top dogs?
ITWorldCanada.com
Greg Enright shares some tips on how to talk tech to C-level executives.

”One CIO recently told an audience of which I was a part that the best way to communicate complex concepts was to tie them to recognizable examples. She used Lego blocks to describe service-oriented architecture (SOA), for instance. While having to employ visions of childhood toys might not always be necessary, you get the picture.”

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The 411 on radio frequency interference
CNet News.com
Marguerite Reardon demystifies radio frequency interference.

“This annoying phenomenon is not unusual. Message boards all over the Web are filled with complaints from iPhone users about this very problem. But it’s not just iPhone owners that struggle with RF interference, loads of cell phone users have experienced the same issue for years. And everyone from cell phone manufacturers to operators admit that there isn’t much that can be done to stop it.”

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