Using Aurea Social
Aurea Social is the most integrated, business-centric social business platform for organizations of all sizes and in every industry. Aurea Social allows you to choose your work environment with a flexible platform. You can connect via email or through microblogs.
This guide tells you how to set up your profile so your peers know who you are and what your area of expertise is.
This guide also teaches you how to use Aurea Social through a browser and mobile apps. Aurea Social also helps you organize streams from Yammer, Salesforce Chatter, LinkedIn and Twitter. You configure your social dashboard for the way you work.
Modules add functionality to the Aurea Social core. In version 5.5, the modules are:
- News Stream: News Stream enables organizations to select an unlimited number and variety of blogs, articles, Twitter streams and other feeds. Individuals can customize their streams so they only see stories that match their interests. The stories can appear in the personal activity stream, on the WebPages, desktops, mobile devices, and in Aurea Social communities.
- Idea Stream: Idea Stream empowers employees to propose new ideas to the organization, either informally or as full-blown campaigns. (Note: Innovation is a solution that expands Idea Stream.)
- Spotlight: Spotlight automates the discovery of experts within an organization. It also recognizes experts through the award of merit-based badges. Spotlight helps employees find mentors or authorities who can answer urgent questions.
- Enrich: Enrich is a learning and knowledge sharing platform. It allows employees to share information and peer experiences.
- Video Stream: With Video Stream, end-users can easily upload, store and stream videos from a browser or mobile interface. Videos become social objects that can be browsed, liked, commented-on, and shared with others.
Video Stream natively supports a broad range of encoding and streaming formats with it’s own storage and streaming infrastructure. In lieu of using Video Stream’s native architecture, third-party enterprise video solutions like Kontiki and Azure Media Services (and others on a custom basis) can be used for encoding, streaming and storage.
Videos from third-party systems can be embedded in the stream including YouTube, Vimeo, SlideShare, Kaltura, Qumu and others.