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Create a Social Network-It’s Easy

Location: 2016 Level: Novice

Web 2.0 brought a lot of new social networks to the Internet and to company environments.

The foundation of a social network is to encourage and motivate people to make quality contributions to the content offered. This would not only make proper justification to it, but also add value to it. It is very important to encourage and motivate others to participate and contribute so that it continually improves the whole service for all of us. It’s all about people: social networks can vary from personal interests and hobbies to businesses relationships.

In this talk you’ll hear about TamTamy, the Reply solution that enables everybody to create social networks in a few steps and customize it as you like. TamTamy brings together a lot of services in a unique Web 2.0 simple and user-friendly platform. Blog, wiki, forum, content sharing, chat, personal pages, widgets are all fully integrated.

Luisa Rotta


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Emanuela Spreafico


Emanuela Spreafico graduated in Informatics with a Master in Software Engineering.
Emanuela is in Reply since 2002, she matured experience following Finance projects, has focalized her work on basic themes such as document management and has been responsible of Reply’s platform of knowledge management.
Expert in 2.0 technologies, since 2007 she is in charge of the planning and the handling of TamTamy, an Enterprise Social Network Platform based on the concepts of Web 2.0 developed by Reply, and of the concerning problems associated to the new models of communication that have effects on the actual organizational business models.
Emanuela has participated as a speaker also to the recent “Web 2.0 Expo 2008” at San Francisco.