Friday, April 11, 2008

Enterprise RSS is (IT) Infrastructure

James Dellow has an interesting post on his ChiefTech blog about the question "Why focus on Enterprise RSS". At the end he points to some interesting slides about his view on Intranet 2.0 and he says:
RSS readers, forums, blogs and wikis are applications, but Enterprise RSS is part of the Intranet 2.0 infrastructure... and its only with the right infrastructure that users will be provided with the building blocks to meet emergent future needs.
I strongly agree with this statement. RSS must be seen as infrastructure. But not only intranet infrastructure, but also IT and Communication infrastructure, I'd say.
So, if RSS is infrastructure, I was wondering what your thoughts are on 'enterprise RSS servers' and RSS-ifying corporate information? What's your vision on these topics? How would you implement RSS in the enterprise?

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