Choose two to discuss in-depth:
- Web 2.0 & The Internet of Things
Explore a product you know nothing about, such as one of Google’s less known products. (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.How does it work? Does it have any competitors? If so, what are its competitors? How is it useful? Try to focus on a newer item that is incorporated under the umbrella of IoT or “The Internet of Things”. Read more here: What Is the Internet of Things? (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
- Collaboration via Social Networking
If social networking is to have potential for your organization, how do you enable it so that it maintains its grassroots social quality and is self-sustaining, yet provides your organization with suitable details, information or knowledge? People from your organization are going to communicate and collaborate – how do you structure a site so that you can facilitate that collaborative communication at the same time that you maintain some control over it?
- Process Improvement
What are some best practices concerning process review and improvement? Does a process have to be documented to be considered a business process? Why or why not?
- Fake News [Ethics]
What are the pros and cons for you and your organization about the generation of so much online content that is so readily accessed but that has no traditional publisher lineage? Do the scope and volume simply make up for a lack of depth or reliability? These questions tie into the benefits and risks of user-generated content. — What ethical issues surround access and use of user-generated content? How can you be sure the content publisher can be trusted and is not just a malcontent or mischief maker (or a downright hater with evil intent)?