5 Things to Know About Web 2.0

by Scott Loftesness on February 27, 2009

in Scott Loftesness, Web 2.0 in Financial Services

There’s a lot of noise out there about Web 2.0 – the key questions come down to “what does it mean to me?” One place to start is how applying some of the Web 2.0 tools can change your daily life, helping make you more productive.

In his post Five Things Every Legal Practice Should Know About 2.0, Doug Cornelius writes about a recent presentation given by Lee Bryant and Mary Abraham on the use of Web 2.0 tools inside law firms. Here’s their presentation:

Doug notes that:

Most of the concerns about web 2.0 (anonymity, nasty comments, etc.) go away when the audience is your coworkers. They are also easier to deploy and easier to use that traditional technology tools.

Indeed! Although in my case, I’m not sure those nasty comments would go away! 😉

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