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Flu.gov Home PageWeb 2.0 Technology

Web 2.0 is not a bolt on feature of the Internet. The intention and tools have always been there since the beginning. It has only gained recent popularity in recognizing that the power of online social networks help build business. This is where the phrase The Long Tail comes into play where companies are relying on user-driven content creation. Crowd sourcing is a common business model from this user generated innovation.

Web 2.0 sometimes changes business marketing models. Viral or gorilla marketing, buzz or word of mouth marketing, and New Media marketing are examples of how companies are changing their approach to building their businesses with Web 2.0.

HOWEVER, using and applying Web 2.0 within businesses and enterprises is not advised nor the same thing. That is where Enterprise 2.0 comes into play. Web 2.0 encourages horizontal approaches to collective intelligence and knowledge sharing, whereas enterprises are more use to a vertical hierarchy of knowledge dissemination. Companies have very little conceptual models to show what value social software can bring to their organizations.

Web 2.0 Glynn Technology uses include:

Flu.gov BlogBlogs

The term “Blog” means many things to different people, ranging from “online journal” to “easily updated personal website”. Examples include Wordpress, LiveJournal, and BlogSpot.

Flu.gov Facebook PageSocial network services

This allows people to come together online around shared interests, hobbies or causes. Examples include Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

Book Marking Website IconsSocial bookmarking

Social bookmarking is a method for users to store, organize, share, search, and manage bookmarks of web pages. Examples include Digg, Delicious, and StumbleUpon.

HHS You Tube SiteVideo sharing

This allow users to upload and share video. Examples include YouTube.com, vimeo.com, and 12seconds.tv.

Google GroupsInternet forums

Forums allow users to post topics for others to review and comment. Examples include Google Groups and Yahoo! Groups.

Social TextWikis

A wiki is a web site whose content can be edited by its visitors. Examples include PBwiki, Socialtext, and Wikia.

Flu.org RSS FeedRSS Feeds

Currently the National Resource Center for Health IT leverages syndication technology to provide RSS feeds from its public web site. This feed gives subscribers easy access to new funding opportunities, reports, health IT implementation stories, tools, studies, analyses, and events.

Flu.gov Web CastVideo Streaming

Video streaming is a digital video-on-demand which can also be used in an online teaching environment. With streaming video or streaming media, a Web user does not have to wait to download a large file before seeing the video or hearing the sound. Glynn Technologies offers a full circle of video production, many delivery mediums, and an array of video streaming solutions. In fact our production team has more than 23 years of expertise in the coordination, scouting, production (in studios and in the field) editing, and digitizing video/audio for the web.

TwitterTwitter

Federal Agencies use this technology to get specific health related topics out to the public using many pre-qualified experts to support this medium.

FacebookFacebook

This allows the agency the ability to share information and set administration rules as well as a Fan page for the general public.

 
 
 



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