Similar to social media sites, all members of this Airman's network can see the update on a portlet called "Network Updates." Having this portlet encourages conversations, as other members can comment on the topic or use the updated information to link to new information or new people."When personnel retire, separate or move from assignment to assignment, a workspace could be transferred over to incoming employees so they would have a repository of information, tools and solutions to assist them with their new job," said Lieutenant Gruenther.Web 2.0 tools are useful in a global enterprise, such as the DON, as they enable widely dispersed commands and personnel to more effectively collaborate and share information.The gains in productivity, efficiency, and innovation can be significant.
Embedding "share" buttons on all stories, transcripts, and videos posted to will also fuel our expansion by facilitating the spread of our content on other social media platforms.Searches can be filtered to find personnel in certain career fields, at a specific base and more.As Airmen find something of value, such as a document or application, they can either post it on their wall or add it to their workspace."..electricity and automation, the technology of fragmented processes suddenly fused with the human dialogue and the need for over-all considerations of human unity.
Men are suddenly nomadic gatherers of knowledge, nomadic as never before, informed as never before, free from fragmentary specialization as never before - but also involved in the total social process as never before, since with electricity we extend our central nervous system globally, instantly interrelating every human experience." --- Marshall Mc Luhan, in As the internet becomes the primary source of information and public communication, we should begin moving some of our legacy products online.
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