They search the Internet based on key words.
They are powered by intelligent agents.
They lack of security and privacy standards.
They allow users to search for words or combinations of words found in their index.
Blogs started out as Internet journaling and personal publishing tools, but enterprises now use these systems to replace e-mail and support collaborative work.
Blogs are simple to build due to user-friendly programs from blogger.com, blogspot.com, pitas.com, and others.
Blog servers require more dedicated resources than an enterprise intranet.
Blogs have become one of the fastest growing enterprise solutions as businesses recognize that the ability to easily find information contained within enterprise blogs is critical to improving worker productivity.
WAP is an Internet protocol developed for transferring information on the Internet to and from wireless clients.
EV-DO is fast wireless broadband access (3G) that runs in a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Instant messaging has become a mission-critical collaboration tool for over 130 million workers in businesses of all sizes.
Bluetooth is how mobile phones, mobile and fixed computers, and PDAs can be easily interconnected using a short-range RF wireless connection.
Plain old telephone
Voice overr IP
Current, high-quality content
All of the above
Decreased feelings of isolation
Possible loss of fringe benefits
Lower pay (in some cases)
No workplace visibility
Here's an interesting quiz for you.