I work for a company called JanRain and we develop a communications
platform called Pibb (http://pibb.com).
Its real time chat with everything archived, all based on OpenID, great
for a variety of uses including what you mentioned.
You can learn more at http://janrain.com/products/pibb
Adrian Howard wrote:
> On 15 Jan 2008, at 04:35, Jeanpierre Caramanica wrote:
>> I work at MetLife on the intranet business team responsible for
>> ownership of the intranet. Several business partners have
>> requested chat rooms and forums in particular to capture employees'
>> comments/feedback and have all users able to see comments submitted
>> by other users.
>> Any recommendation (product or other), thoughts and/or lessons
>> learned would be great.
> I've not used it myself, but I've had folk rave to me about http://
> I've generally found that this sort of thing is better run with:
> * As little mechanism as possible. Don't have lots of different
> groups. Don't have approval systems before comments are seen.
> * As much transparancy as possible. Don't hide information from
> groups just because they "don't need to know".
> Depending on the context you might want to think about blogging tools
> or wikis.
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