Oracle

Excerpt from the Oracle: evaluation:

"OSN is Oracle's ambitious attempt to marry "systems of record" -- i.e., business applications -- with a more social interaction model around things like conversations and activity streams. This approach tries to solve the "social silo" problem as users collaborate in the context of a business process. ..."

(P. 149 in the Enterprise Collaboration & Social Software Report. )

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