Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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Microsoft does a superb job of using Twitter to handle technical support. Yet Apple does nothing (and totally should)...
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Microsoft is enhancing its Socl social-search site with new creation tools, including an animated GIF creator.
Fast removal of old technology to enable new ways of working is essential but often under appreciated: HP are masters at orchestrating disposal governance compliance, financing and contractual reorganization
Businesses should rejoice the arrival of Facebook hashtags as it makes finding out what people are posting much easier.
Based on a new mobile ad revenue report, it looks like Facebook's shift toward a mobile-first strategy is a step in a very good direction.
Okta is also rolling out a new suite of API for account creation, automated provisioning, access control and session management.
The Alibaba-backed Danger Maps, which allows "crowdmapping" of pollution sources, is now expanding to cover missing people and child abuse.
The social network will introduce one of Twitter's most iconic markers, the #hashtag, which could help marketers greatly amplify their campaigns.
Taking a cue from jury verdict proceedings, British Airways is taking some of Silicon Valley's best and brightest minds to the clouds to brainstorm during a Transatlantic flight.
As a result, Tibco integrates with one click to WebEx, Skype and Google Hangouts. Why? Enterprises have already invested in those platforms.
Mashery's CEO compares a good API to a transit system, asserting it should deliver the user far beyond just a landing page.
Many things rapidly go viral on Facebook, seemingly from a single status update. But are we changing our behaviour to get the online attention we crave?
One of the lessons to be lifted from Salesforce's report is where (geographically-speaking) opportunities for the projected $11 billion social ad market will sprout in the next four years.
A marketing campaign offered to deliver Durex condoms directly to couples in need in cities across the world. But voters chose where the SOS Condoms service would start...