Community (verb): The act of growing or improving connections between individuals and/or organizations to create a single social entity.
Communitivity (adj.): The measure of how much community an individual or organization is doing.
Communitivity, Inc. (noun): The business that will help you raise the communitivity of your organization, your employees and your users. This leads to improving your relationships with other organizations, your employees, and your users. This also leads to better knowledge sharing throughout your communities. Both of those lead to a better bottom line.
Kibbutz is software that allows a rich social environment within your enterprise using mostly Open Source software. This includes sharing activities, sharing annotated links, sharing files, and sharing product recommendations. Anything shared can be re-shared, commented on, tagged, and voted up… Read more »
Tribz is an open instance of Kibbutz. It is a way for people to self-organize into communities by their interests, by what they do, and by who they know. It is also a way for different Kibbutz instances to connect with each other and with these public communities. Read more »
Async Data Discovery and Interchange (ADDI) is a transport agnostic protocol designed to enable data interchange that is secure, asynchronous, and preserves user rights. Read more »