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    2012.8.2 noiz Equipo GNOSS

    Case Study: Contextual Search for Volkswagen and the Automotive Industry (W3C)

    W3C incluye a Volkswagen entre sus casos de éxito de contextos y buscadores facetados (semánticos). El proyecto de búsqueda contextual marca un hito en la estrategia web de Volkswagen y su relación con la Web de los Datos: "The contextual search project marks a hallmark of achievement in Volkswagen content and data strategies. It represents technical innovation in one of its truest forms and presents a paradigm shift in the way Volkswagen uses and shares data across the web"

    El documento recoge una relación de beneficios asociados al uso de la tecnología semántica en este proyecto:

    • A standardised interface to data and content, accessible to developers with different skillsets, using different technologies within and without the organisation.
    • Separation of concerns between information and application, both logically and physically.
    • Increases value, reusability and accessibility of data.
    • Very powerful federation features.
    • Adoption and use didn't necessitate process or change management. It could be leveraged at any stage within the product lifecycle painlessly and gracefully, both internally and externally


    Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox, August 3, 2009: Social Networking on Intranets

    La empresa 2.0 ya está aquí y ha venido para quedarse. Según este informe de Nielsen de agosto de 2009 las intranets de las grandes empresas incluyen cada vez más herramientas sociales. Las empresas son cada vez más sociedad y, en cierto modo, menos jerarquía o, al menos, la jerarquía está cada vez más matizada por relaciones más complejas y horizontales. El desarrollo de las tecnologías de la web está permitiendo que la vida digital den las organizaciones.

    Summary: Community features are spreading from "Web 2.0" to "Enterprise 2.0." Research across 14 companies found that many are making productive use of social intranet features.Through several rounds of research on intranet portals, we've repeatedly reached the same conclusions:When Intranet information architectures are structured according to the org chart, employees have a hard time finding their way around. It's better to structure information according to how people use it, rather than what department owns it. Role-based personalization lets portals bring information to users in centralized views, rather than forcing users to navigate an immense information space to find individual (and dispersed) locations.Social features on intranets take these two trends a step further, creating a "person-structured" intranet IA focused around the individual users as well as other people on the intranet.