Archive: April, 2012

Twitter broke news of bin Laden’s death

Twitter broke news of bin Laden’s death

Researchers have proved that the tweet that broke the news of Osama bin Laden’s death was trusted because the author was viewed as a reliable source.

The Intranet that’s Social

The Intranet that’s Social

Of late I’ve been spending far too much time than is healthy in some of the nitty gritty issues of a tactical deep dive with no less than 5 separate Jive Software installs and how they all connect with Active Directory, LDAP, synchronisation, permission structures, and the like.

Are You Neurotic? Your Facebook Profile Probably Gives You Away

Are You Neurotic? Your Facebook Profile Probably Gives You Away

The implications for us, as consumers and psychologies and interacters and human beings, can be huge.

Improving modern medicine: Why social media is just what the doctor ordered

Improving modern medicine: Why social media is just what the doctor ordered

These days, particularly in the wake of Facebook’s $5 billion S-1 filing, few will argue the explosive impact that social media is having on the way we live.

11 ways Interact’s software can help you engage with your customers

11 ways Interact’s software can help you engage with your customers

At Interact we have been delivering successful intranets for over 10 years to ensure your employees are happy. But did you know you can use the same software to make sure your customers are as happy as your workforce? You can use the tools available in Interact Intranet to connect to your customers in the same way as you connect to your employees.

Why You Should Fill In Your Intranet User Profile

Why You Should Fill In Your Intranet User Profile

If your office intranet allows you to create a profile, I suggest you fill it in as as well as you can.

58 Percent Of People Would Rather Give Up Social Networks Than Their TVs [INFOGRAPHIC]

58 Percent Of People Would Rather Give Up Social Networks Than Their TVs [INFOGRAPHIC]

As much as we are a tweet- and status update-addicted society, we’d give up our social networks if we had to, especially if it meant saving our TVs.

Google Drive vs Microsoft SkyDrive

Google Drive vs Microsoft SkyDrive

Google and Microsoft look to battle Dropbox

Friendster’s new niche: ‘social discovery and gaming’

Friendster’s new niche: ‘social discovery and gaming’

Ten years after introducing the world to social networking —and later yielding the crown to Facebook— Friendster has reinvented itself, this time as a “social discovery and gaming” platform.

How The Enterprise 2.0 Managerial Model Was Born

How The Enterprise 2.0 Managerial Model Was Born

In this first of a three-part series, we explore the evolution of Management For Opportunity. How did “manager” become a dirty word?

Government-specific social networks on the rise

Government-specific social networks on the rise

Government information technology professionals are using more internal social media networks and fewer external networks than they were 18 months ago, according to a new survey.

Unlocking Passion through Enterprise Social Networks

Unlocking Passion through Enterprise Social Networks

Providing a platform to give your people a stronger voice will ignite their passion for their work.