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Actually, the  "IBM Consulting Group" started doing SNA, internally and 
with clients, in the early 1990s when they were first formed.  They 
later became IBM Global Services.

Valdis


On Oct 20, 2006, at 8:33 AM, Ilan Talmud wrote:

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> IBM also tries to use SNA to map internal collaborations between its 
> diversified innovation and knowledge communities.
> Ilan Talmud, Ph.D.
> Senior Lecture

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>> Interesting, yesterday must have been (serendipitously)
>> business/social networking day at IBM.
>>
>> For I spent the afternoon at IBM's CASCON Toronto conference 
>> participating
>> in a session on Social Computing which attempted (but didn't get far) 
>> at
>> addressing whether "social computing .. is a viable business tool."
>> Barry Wellman

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>> Dan Novak - Alliance Executive, IBM Healthcare and Life Sciences
>>> 6821 Sawgrass, Fort Worth TX  76132     817-870-3956
>>>
>>> Corporate America embraces social networking
>>>
>>> http://www.insidebayarea.com/business/ci_4499833
>>>
>>> Per the SOCNET discussion a few weeks ago, this article attemps to 
>>> compare
>>> MySpace with business applications

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