Archive: July 22nd, 2011

Android Market Now Supports Multiple APKs (Which Is More Important Than It Sounds)

Android Market Now Supports Multiple APKs (Which Is More Important Than It Sounds)

Today Google announced that it’s pushing a significant update to the developer-facing side of Android Market, and it’s one that consumers will benefit from too: Android Market will now allow developers to distribute multiple APKs (the filetype Android uses for applications) that will all be considered the same app, at least as the marketplace is concerned.

Enterprise 2.0: Manage Social Media, Don’t Let it Manage You

Enterprise 2.0: Manage Social Media, Don’t Let it Manage You

When businesses shy away from social media, it’s usually because they are wary of negative press or not being able to control their image as closely as they prefer. And there’s good reason to be concerned.

Four things IT can do to embrace social networking

Four things IT can do to embrace social networking

After doing some thinking on the subject and speaking with a few folks in the business, I’ve landed on these four recommendations for IT leaders.

Global Intranet Trends for 2011 (part 3)

Global Intranet Trends for 2011 (part 3)

Just to re-cap all of the data and the charts shown in this post are from a report which Jane McConnell put together. You can find the report available for purchase as well as a link to her new survey for 2012 here.

Global Intranet Trends 2011 (part 2)

Global Intranet Trends 2011 (part 2)

One of the things we asked in out State of Enterprise 2.0 study (which we are releasing in a few weeks) was, “what are the business drivers of E2.0?” In her survey around Global Intranet Trends for 2011, Jane asked a similar question around what the intranet priority is for leaders of organizations.