Published: 11 March 2008
Analyst(s): Mike Gotta
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) has become popular in the consumer market as a means to publish, track, and consume a wide variety of content and rich media. In this Collaboration and Content Strategies overview, Burton Group Principal Analyst Mike Gotta explores how Extensible Markup Language (XML) feeds such as RSS are emerging within the enterprise as a means to supplement or replace other methods of communicating information (e.g., e-mail). Also included in this overview are analyses of critical issues that decision makers must examine to ensure business benefits, user acceptance, and alignment with collaboration and content infrastructure.
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