Tablets are likely to become the primary computing experience for workers over the next few years. What will it take to successfully shift IT delivery to these devices given the security worries, legacy IT landscape, BYOD, and other issues?
Enterprise Web 2.0
Dion Hinchcliffe on leveraging the convergence of IT and the next generation of the Web.
Dion Hinchcliffe is an expert in information technology, business strategy, and next-generation enterprises.
Social business adoption is growing around the world as organizations continue to apply social media to the way they work. I've spent the week in Australia learning about the challenges and opportunities of applying social strategically to businesses here.
With Facebook preparing for its IPO this week, some major changes are coming for the company. These same changes create competitive opportunities and all new challenges for the company. Here's how going public will affect the social media industry.
As social media becomes more strategic to the way organizations operate, does this mean it's time to move the function to the C-suite? Does centralizing make sense, or should responsibility for it be spread across the business?
New forms of customer relationship management are moving to the forefront of enterprise capabilities as companies begin a new era of investment in the function, says new data. But are companies really ready to get more social and mobile, or they just reacting to seemingly irresistible customer demand? The companies that understand how to employ new CRM trends strategically seem most likely to benefit.
Even though the media industry is being profoundly impacted by the rise of new forms of digital and social media, that doesn't mean they can't use these technologies effectively. As we continue our series on large-scale social business success stories, we examine what News Corp. has accomplished with its internal social network, OurNews.
Concepts from the gaming industry have become increasingly useful as a way of improving and optimizing how we get work accomplished for our businesses.
We often think of social business as primarily a Western phenemenon, my trip last week across Asia and Eastern Europe shows that it's truly global, and sometimes quite different when it comes to platforms, business models, and expectations.
We hear it all the time now, the drumbeat of consumerization. But what makes it different than tech revolutions of the past? It turns out, it's those very differences that make it more liable to forever change how we acquire and use information technology in the enterprise.
Overcoming the organizational challenges to geographic distribution of employees is one of the primary use cases for enterprise social software. Part 5 in our ten part series on Enterprise 2.0 success stories explores how global fast food leader Yum! brands rolled out social networking to virtually all of their corporate back office workers.