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Chuffed Again To Be Proud Sponsor Of September Girl Geek Dinner

Posted by Mike, July 26th, 2010
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We had no hesitation re-newing our sponsorship of the excellent Girl Geeks Dinner which will be held on Wednesday 11th of August at 6pm at the Lagerfield, 21 Blair Street. Book your seat (spaces are limited) at http://wellingtonggd.co.nz/node/6 AND, if you’re looking to go but think you can’t afford it – get in touch with [...]

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We Love To Share With You, And This Is Where

Posted by Mike, May 17th, 2010
Filed under: Collaboration, Changing Face of IT, Enterprise 2.0, Community, Event, Changing Face of IT, cloud computing
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Talk, talk, talk … it’s all we seem to do. Well, to be honest we aren’t a company that lifts girders, lays concrete or paints walls so talk is a lot of what we do. Not as much as we listen though. Dave will be talking at the SharePoint Conference held here in glorious Wellington [...]

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Keep Up The Good Work

Posted by Dave, November 26th, 2009
Filed under: Changing Face of IT, Collaboration, Changing Face of IT, Enterprise 2.0
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I wrote the other week about the fact that it’s not about the technology, and have had a number of conversations this week where people have proven themselves to be in violent agreement, which is great. Having said that, we continue to be in this frame of mind where IT tries to drive organisational behaviour. [...]

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An Explanation Of “Social Networking” For Those That Don’t Get It

Posted by Mike, July 21st, 2009
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I came up with the following analogy the other week that I’d like to share – by all means cut-n-paste it, pass it on and link to it to those that ask the following question: I just don’t get it, why would I use Twitter?? Substitute Twitter for any other “social networking” platform (Facebook, blogging, [...]

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