Tag: web 2.0

Emergency Preparedness on your Social Intranet

Emergency Preparedness on your Social Intranet

Here are three ways to use your social intranet in the event of a workplace emergency.

How Nonprofits are Succeeding with Social Media

How Nonprofits are Succeeding with Social Media

As social media networks began to shed their limited niche appeal and were embraced by the general public, many businesses began to take note and quickly followed suit, using the sites as an effective networking and marketing tool. But for-profit corporations and businesses aren’t the only ones who realized the marketing potential of social media.

6 Keys To A Flexible MDM Strategy

6 Keys To A Flexible MDM Strategy

IT pros in infrastructure and security roles must craft a mobile device management plan that can change quickly along with technology. Forrester Research shares its advice on working together effectively.

Police embrace emerging social media tool

Police embrace emerging social media tool

Minutes after a shooting near the Oakland Airport this year, the gunman was on the loose. And police Sgt. Chris Bolton quickly fired off a flurry of text alerts to thousands of nearby residents through a social media tool for law enforcement agencies.

Cheating 2.0: A look at social media’s influence on infidelity [Infographic]

Cheating 2.0: A look at social media’s influence on infidelity [Infographic]

A new infographic from divorce lawyer group Total Divorce shows how dumb social media practices can lead to an ugly divorce.

Microsoft’s Workplace Social Network Becomes Emotionally Aware

Microsoft’s Workplace Social Network Becomes Emotionally Aware

Mining workers’ messages for emotional trends could help managers monitor morale, but the technology struggles with humor.

Which Social Networks Take Home the Gold? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Which Social Networks Take Home the Gold? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Ignite Social Media is back with the 2012 Social Network Analysis Report, breaking down demographic, geographic and search data that shows which networks are the underdogs and which are mounting the winners’ podium.

How the Big Social Networks Use Email to Encourage User Engagement

How the Big Social Networks Use Email to Encourage User Engagement

If you are an online marketer and you are not using email, you’re missing out on one of the most powerful tools for reaching customers and increasing engagement.

Build a private social network that employees will actually use

Build a private social network that employees will actually use

NASA could land humans on the moon and put exploratory rovers on Mars, but in the last three years, the agency just couldn’t find a way to build an internal social network that would encourage its employees to collaborate.

The Intranet for Employee Self-Expression: Good Idea or Bad?

The Intranet for Employee Self-Expression: Good Idea or Bad?

Should you use your intranet to allow employee self-expression?

How Your Twitter Addiction Could Save Your Social Life

How Your Twitter Addiction Could Save Your Social Life

There has been plenty of talk in recent years about all of the terrible effects that social networks—Twitter, Myspace and especiallyFacebook—have had on our lives.

Social networks offer disabled areas to collaborate

Social networks offer disabled areas to collaborate

As many of us know, social networks like Facebook and Twitter allow users to connect and share ideas. What we might not have considered is the impact these platforms can have on those with disabilities.