• eGovernment

    Enterprise social networks (An Altimeter Report)

    by  • February 22, 2012 • Altimeter, Digital Governemnt, eGovernment, Nonprofit, Trends

    Moving social technologies from being totally outward focused towards customers and constituents to inward focused has the potential to provide amazing levels of value for governmental, non-profit, and regulated organizations. Altimeter’s latest report is on Enterprise Social Networks (ESN) from our own Charlene Li looks at how ESN’s can drive value inside the organization....

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    The balance between censorship and privacy

    by  • February 8, 2012 • eGovernment

    Black and white. On and off. There are not many things in our experience that are truly dichotomous. Republican and Democrat? An endless set of variations. North and South? Truly depends upon where you sit. Freedom and Oppression? Shades of grey to the end of the human experience. Hot and Cold? Then what is...

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    The next Altimeter report

    by  • February 7, 2012 • Disruptive technologies, eGovernment

    We started revving up the research engines here at the Altimeter Group last fall and now you will begin to see the results of that effort. First new piece of research out of the gate will be my colleague Chris Silva with his report titled Make An App For That: Strategies For Winning Retail Mobile Strategies....

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    Twitter and censorship

    by  • January 27, 2012 • Digital Governemnt, eGovernment, Strategy

    Almost 49 years ago, President John F. Kennedy stood at a podium in the divided city of Berlin where he proudly proclaimed that the wall that divided the city was an affront to basic human freedoms, that it was a symbol of the failure of communism and its ability to effective govern nations. Twenty-four...

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