Apple Entering the Enterprise 2.0 Market?

Last week I was browsing the apple website for software and came across some very interesting features in the new OS X Snow Leopard Server software. It appears apple have have made quite a large contribution to incorporating many collaborative tools into their enterprise product. I then attempted to do some research about how the company have recognised the importance of enterprise 2.0 however the information was very scarce. I couldn’t even find a blogger who has also noted this. So I decided to put it out there as an apple mac user myself to spread the word.

The main collaborative application included in OS X server is titled Wiki server, although contrary to the name suggests it does a lot more then just wiki’s. Apple advertise this simply as “Easy Group Collaboration”. From a collaborative business perspective, they offer the whole shebang. They primarily cater for enterprise level wiki and blog creation. All with fully customizable comments, tags and many other 2.0 goodies. Also they have pushed the idea of sharing information and building your brand by including ‘Podcast Producer’. Which makes recording, editing and publishing podcasts and vodcasts so quick and easy that anyone can do it! Many enterprises can benefit from this software and it is interesting to know the some of the big players are realising the importance of colaboration and including these tools in their enterprise software.

Apple OS X Wiki Server

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Steve Aw Kah Lok on October 20, 2009 at 4:59 pm

    Great Post, Apple is trying very hard to reach out to as many people as possible.
    Previously they have created iTunes, then iTunes U…
    Now i am thinking, is iTunes U consider as a Web 2.0? or else wise?
    I did post a brief post on it.
    http://steveaw.wordpress.com/2009/10/20/do-you-think-itunes-u-consider-as-web-2-0-for-school-or-universities/

    Reply

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