Archive: September 12th, 2011

Integration and Connection To Work Are Central To Social Business Success

Integration and Connection To Work Are Central To Social Business Success

Over the last few weeks, several important parallel threads in social collaboration have begun flowing together at long last, though still a little uneasily yet. From this discussion I believe there’s a real chance to address some long-standing social business challenges if we can work through and address these issues better than we have up until now.

Why Niche Social Networks Encourage More Meaningful Interaction [OPINION]

Why Niche Social Networks Encourage More Meaningful Interaction [OPINION]

On Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, it’s all about the feed. Tidbits of information, usually about current happenings, move down the screen at a stock ticker’s pace, giving off an infectious energy. It’s an energy that not only keeps us returning to these sites, clamoring for more, but one that also dictates what we share and with whom we choose to share it.

Breaking Down E-Commerce APIs

Breaking Down E-Commerce APIs

E-Commerce covers a broad range of inter-connected processes which eventually leads to a transaction between two or more parties. Recent enhancements in technology, specifically social interactions on the Web, have increased the complexity in analyzing these processes and describing E-Commerce as a whole.