Reflektion der wissenschaftlichen Nutzenbetrachtung von Social Software / Reflecting the Scientific Discussion of Benefits Induced by Social Software

@article{Meske2014ReflektionDW,
  title={Reflektion der wissenschaftlichen Nutzenbetrachtung von Social Software / Reflecting the Scientific Discussion of Benefits Induced by Social Software},
  author={Christian Meske and Stefan Stieglitz},
  journal={i-com},
  year={2014},
  volume={13},
  pages={14 - 19}
}
Zusammfassung Nachdem sich die private Nutzung von Social Media in den letzten Jahren stark verbreitet hat, haben sich nunmehr auch Unternehmen verstärkt mit den Potenzialen sowohl der kundenorientierten (Facebook, Twitter etc.) als auch der intraorganisationalen (z. B. IBM Connections, Microsoft Sharepoint, Yammer o. ä.) Einsatzmöglichkeiten auseinandergesetzt. In diesem Artikel blicken wir auf die bisher stattgefundene Nutzenbetrachtung in der Wissenschaft bzgl. Social Software zurück und… 
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