Author: René Stocker, CEO
I agree with Laurence Lock Lee that Microsoft, after its finalized acquisition of LinkedIn, should be well positioned for the Social Network Graph Battle.
Read Laurence Lock Lee’s article: The Enterprise Social Network Graph Battle: Who Is Poised to Win?
Their historically grown different starting positions documented in their respective pulse articles:
- Microsoft (Enterprise Office strategy): announcement
- LinkedIn (Social Network strategy): announcement
Well positioned, but really poised to win that battle? How to tear down walls?
I would recommend a cooperation with an advanced Social Graph niche player with the following focus:
Not only weaker and stronger ties for private and professional connections within public Social Networks like LinkedIn but considerable added value by various enterprise organization models will then enforce the n to n connectivity and collaboration within and outside the Enterprise for
The proof: overall integration with Social Graph 2.0
|Satya and Jeff: we wish you full success – let’s shorten time to market with the help of Social Graph 2.0 – be poised to win the Enterprise Social Graph battle first and foremost!