Monthly Archives: November 2009

Social Media in India: Cost’ View

November 26, 2009 (2 comments)
Social Media in India: Cost’ View

With so much of consumption that you do on a daily basis, you might have heard and read about social media being free. Understandably, you have got valid reasons to treat social media as a zero cost entity. After all, you don’t need to pay a rupee to sign-up on new media tools like...

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Enterprise 2.0: Wiki adoption

November 23, 2009 (one comment)

Starting from today, every week we’ll be writing a series of posts focussed on Enterprise 2.0 culture. In this post, we talk about the adoption challenges faced by Enterprise Wikis. Wiki” (pronounced or ), meaning “fast“ in Hawaiian is a collaboration platform enabling users to write, share, edit, exchange content collectively with ease....

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What is ‘Iffort’?

November 19, 2009
What is ‘Iffort’?

Pronunciation: \ˈi-ff-ort-\  (i of ‘India’  ffort of ‘Effort’) Figuring out a name for your startup baby is always a challenging exercise. While choosing the name for our business, we’re looking at the following: It should be easy to short, easy to spell & pronounce It should reflect the organization’s work in some-sense Lastly, it...

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Our new website

November 18, 2009

We are very excited to inform you about the launch of our website www.iffort.com. It is a result of days of effort and rigorous brainstorming discussions In the true sense we’re calling it as ‘beta’ as we would like to improve with your feedback. Quick Preview Our goal was to have a website which...

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