Image gallery: 4 ways enterprise software is becoming social
How social networking features are seeping into enterprise software
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Status.Net is one of many microblogging tools, here are the pricing options for various plans.
Yammer is another microblogging tool that can live inside your corporate firewall.
Salesforce.com is working on Chatter, a social platform that will, when it is released this quarter, integrate profiles, status updates, groups, feeds, and of course, information from Twitter and Facebook.
Spiceworks is a free network management and help desk tool, here you see a view of a network printer.
Novell's Pulse has a lot of similarities to Facebook and Twitter. Here you see its list of people and groups.
Apache Software Foundation
The Apache Software Foundation runs the open source community of more than 400 people who work on the most popular Web server software.
Intuit is also a big user of social media and routinely incorporates suggestions from his customers into new versions of its software.
StockTwits takes the traditional financial research site and crowdsources the research to anyone who wants to provide commentary.
WorkLight is a widget development platform that can be used by customers on desktop Web browsers and on their mobile phones.
LiveWorld’s LiveBar 2.0 social network platform can add multiple integrated community applications to any pages on a website in just a few minutes.
IBM's internal social networking app is called Beehive.
OraTweet is Oracle's Twitter-like tool that is built on top of Oracle APEX engine.