Neighborhood America, my favorite social networking platform for technological, business and personal reasons (I LOVE the people there - all passionately), did this video on enterprise social networks called: CRM and the Social Customer that highlights some of the comments I (and others, but I'm sufficiently narcissistic to say mostly "moi.") made at their executive summit in January. Watch it. Its actually pretty damned cool.
While you're at it, check out their site and learn something about them. I'm going to be doing a full review of their newest version of their social network platform - the good and the bad - there really is no "ugly" here - next week. In a super nutshell sneak preview, the tagline is that they are a strong contender for best social network platform for the enterprise but they are still missing some features that I know are in their pipeline but need to be released to kick them right to the top - for me. They are still probably the strongest one that's out there at the moment either way. Right now, they rock, but not rule. But when those pipeline features are released - they will rule.
Without a doubt in my mind.
Details next week.
In the meantime, watch this video frequently enough on YouTube to make it viral. Okay?