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After a "thorough and robust search process," the networking vendor has found a replacement for long-time CEO Michael Klayko.
SharePoint Server 2013 and its SharePoint Online complement are both getting an infusion of new features, including changes to their core search, storage and social-networking capabilities.
Facebook IPO hype and dramas obscured Google's launch of their Knowledge graph contextual extensions to search, which may prove to be the foundation for future digital networking and a solution to information context and filtering
Google is already pushing forward with social, and it turns out Facebook is already working to push forward with search. The social networking giant wants to revamp it search engine.
Google employees are more satisfied working for the search giant than Facebook employees are working for the social networking giant. This comes after three years of Facebook beating Google.
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Microsoft is paying Facebook to be the first customer of the social networking giant's new logout page ad unit. The result is an interactive Bing search page when you logout of Facebook.
Welcome to your social networking silos. Google will pitch Google+ with its search. Bing will be Facebook friendly
The Mobile Real Estate Investing (MREI) App Is The First Product Ever Thatll Allow You To manage your real estate investing business...
Internet giant's plans to integrate key products such as Google Docs and search to its social networking platform to help keep pace with Facebook, report notes.
Facebook recently passed 1 trillion page views, according to June 2011 data from Google. No other website comes close to the social networking giant's number, save for maybe the search giant itself.
Google has started a price war with Facebook: the search giant is charging developers a 5 percent commission for in-game transactions, compared to social networking giant's 30 percent.
Facebook and YouTube dominate the UK social networking scene, according to Hitwise numbers for July 2011, though we're still waiting to see the impact of Google Plus. The hit-tracker also notes that Microsoft’s Bing has regained its position as UK’s second favourite search engine, but it's so far behind Google that it doesn't make any difference.
Cisco has introduced the ability to record and search through TelePresence conferences, along with a new user interface for the big-screen videoconferencing suite.On Thursday, the networking firm announced TelePresence Content Server 5.
More visits on social networking sites indicate rising influence of social search, but not the end of traditional search engines, observers and analysts note.
Google may be ramping up spending on datacentres, though whether the money is going on new sites or upgrading existing ones is unknown.In Google's quarter two financial results (Q2 2010) the search titan disclosed that it had made $476m (£312m) in capital expenditures, the "majority of which was related to IT infrastructure investments, including datacentres, servers and networking equipment.
New Neilsen web stats show the dominance of search on the web, the importance of online media, shopping in the recession and the social networking race. Oh, and porn.
Microsoft and Facebook have revised their search pact into a global deal where the social networking giant will sell its own ads and get more of Bing's features on its Web results.In a blog post, Microsoft outlined the changes:Facebook users will get the full-featured version of Bing beyond links for the site's Web search;The deal becomes a global pact that will bring Bing to Facebook users abroad; And Facebook will sell its own display ads.
There's been an important and relatively sudden change taking place over the last couple of years in the way that we interact with the Web. While direct access or search activity has been (and still is) the most common way that we access the content and applications of the Web, new ways have been rapidly growing and competing with how we work online, both at home and at work. These new models, exemplified by social networking sites like Facebook or mobile apps on platforms like the iPhone, Palm's new webOS, and Android, seems to be heralding a change in the way that we work with our IT systems in the enterprise.See what the implications are and what you can do about them.
The social networking site has rolled out real-time search, vying for position in the real-time space alongside heavyweights Twitter, Google and Yahoo.
According to CareerBuilder.com, more than one in five employers search social networking sites to screen potential hires.
Neilsen Online has just released a report stating that amongst other things such as search engine usage, social networking is more popular than email. Considering email is one of the main ways students hear about things from the student unions and university, is email becoming a thing of the past?
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