Category: Web 2.0

Can Microsoft put their new enterprise jigsaw together?

Can Microsoft put their new enterprise jigsaw together?

The changing face of what businesses need is challenging to incumbent suppliers. Meanwhile, a new generation of innovation is flowering around simplicity.

Social Media, Mobile Marketing Use Rises Among Small Businesses

Social Media, Mobile Marketing Use Rises Among Small Businesses

Facebook and mobile websites are a growing focus of small businesses, though overall marketing spend remains flat year-over-year.

What Social Media Does And Doesn’t Do For Business

What Social Media Does And Doesn’t Do For Business

Retailers of every size are pressured to invest in making money off social network sites like Facebook and Twitter.

Intranets and Business Continuity: Lessons from 1987

Intranets and Business Continuity: Lessons from 1987

This week marks 25 years since the Great Storm of 1987, widely (but erroneously) considered the only UK hurricane in living memory.

Go-to social networks also source of misinformation

Go-to social networks also source of misinformation

Event prompts creation of online apps designed to help victims

Twitter Drives The Most Traffic, Facebook The Most Revenue, Says Study [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter Drives The Most Traffic, Facebook The Most Revenue, Says Study [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter drives the most traffic of all the major social networks, but it’s Facebook that generates the most revenue, reveals a new study by Eventbrite.

Niche Social Networks: New Players, Platforms & Their Success

Niche Social Networks: New Players, Platforms & Their Success

Just this month Facebook announced it had passed the 1 billion active members mark. You may think that the rest of the social media world might as well just turn around, go home, and switch off the light as it passes. But that’s not quite the full story.

5 Better Ways to Network on Twitter and LinkedIn

5 Better Ways to Network on Twitter and LinkedIn

Social media was once described as a professional cocktail hour—a way to connect, share, and interact with others beyond the confines of your cubicle. But now, it feels more like an epic college kegger; the kind where you find yourself wandering in a sea of red cups, the clamor of rowdy partygoers drowning out any real [...]

The State Of Social Media 2012 [STUDY]

In less than a decade, social media has rapidly integrated itself into our everyday personal and professional lives, with seemingly no corner of the planet untouched by its infectious charms.

Study Uncovers How Schools Actually Use Social Media (And If It Works)

Study Uncovers How Schools Actually Use Social Media (And If It Works)

Every college is apparently using social media, search engines, and blogs. Literally. According to a new study by UMass Dartmouth, 100% of colleges and universities surveyed are using some form of social media.

Buzzword Trends: “Social Business” on the rise, supplanting “Enterprise 2.0″ and “Social CRM”

Buzzword Trends: “Social Business” on the rise, supplanting “Enterprise 2.0″ and “Social CRM”

In the wake of Salesforce.com’s aborted and just plain stupid attempt to trademark “Social Enterprise,” I decided to take a fresh look at how other social buzzwords have been doing.

Internet, decade later

Internet, decade later

Another fascinating infographics on Internet theme.