Interested in joining the Collaboration Consortium?
The Collaboration Consortium is accepting new members to join year three of our community of practice. The Consortium objective is to share experiences, insights and best practices about collaboration and Web2.0 initiatives within our organizations, including the resulting business value. Although the Consortium was originally created and administered by Cisco, it is “community owned” and discussions mostly focus on the process and culture components required to enable successful collaboration. Participants are typically responsible for aspects of collaboration within member organizations and they are practitioners or researchers from IT, marketing, corporate communications and other business functions.
The community conducts a virtual forum meeting each month, and will create a separate working group for those interested in participating in a research topic. In year 3, our research agenda will focus on enabling business process through collaboration and social capabilities. There is no cost to become a member of the Consortium but it does require approval of a multiparty non-disclosure agreement with the other members. If your organization is interested in joining, please contact me at email@example.com and I will forward additional information.
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2. Type of Certificates
3. Regenerate certificates that have no CTL/ITL impact [no phone impact]
4. Regenerate certificates that have CTL/ITL impact [medium phone impact]
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