The standard view of social networks in the workplace is that they are time vacuums. Facebook and Twitter are the ultimate procrastination tools; great for staying in touch with friends but the enemy of work productivity.
Retailers of every size are pressured to invest in making money off social network sites like Facebook and Twitter.
This week marks 25 years since the Great Storm of 1987, widely (but erroneously) considered the only UK hurricane in living memory.
Research into social media and retail has shown that Facebook dominates in socially driven shopping, while Pinterest drives the highest average order value.
We hear so much about Facebook, Twitter, etc. these days, but if you’ve ever wondered about the history of social networks, starting from the earliest forms of digital communications, then look no further than this infographic.
Organizations may have an easier time unlocking the potential of enterprise social networks if they integrate those tools with existing systems and applications.
With more than half the people in the United States using sites like Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn, a Pew survey released Tuesday looks at how they engage with politics in those media.
HR work involves providing huge amounts of up-to-date information, managing employee records, processing HR transactions, and cultivating company culture — all of which are naturally served by a well-functioning social intranet.
UM EMEA research team has conducted Wave 6 – a global social media study. From 2006, UM has embarked on this journey to measure the scale and impact of social media across the globe. The latest one studies the social behavior in 62 countries with 42K respondents i.e. active internet users.