Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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Melbourne IT has made an AU$1.25 million one-off investment in social media marketing platform Tiger Pistol in a bid to offer its SMB customers a social media edge.
Under the auspices of a 'more personal' experience, Twitter has announced that it will collect information on other apps installed on smartphones, unless users opt out.
So much for all those recipes listing dozens of new ways to cook stuffing and pumpkin pie.
Facebook has said that the company's future will see more application development and the release of additional tools to help businesses and people connect.
Tsu has been celebrating passing its one millionth user. But what is so different about the social media platform that has so many users flocking to sign up?
The fatal flaw for the latest round of technology to help us collaborate and communicate: We don't need technology to help us communicate. We need to be taught how to communicate.
Want to avoid having your online accounts hacked? Enable two-factor authentication (2FA), a crucial security measure that requires an extra code when signing in from an unfamiliar device. In this post, I explain how to use a mobile app to make your accounts safer.
Facebook has recently announced 'Facebook at work' for connecting professional contacts. If you don't want to mix your business and personal lives, have a look at these social networks you can use for work.
Millions stay in touch with family, friends, and even project teams with Facebook. The new app pulls the group module out and improves the experience.
Salesforce.com is upgrading its cornerstone ExactTarget Marketing Cloud to continue changing the way brands communicate with their customers via social channels.
IBM's reinvented email and collaboration software, dubbed Verse, comes with a Watson option where you can ask a question and get an email answer. Here's what I'd really want Watson to do for me.
The encryption fete is significant, as it makes WhatsApp one of the most secure text messaging apps available.
Smartphone app Snapchat has begun letting users in the US send money to friends by simply typing dollar amounts into new 'Snapcash' messages.
A consumer electronics coalition warns that many of its companies have "lost business" or have faced backlash from governments fearing the National Security Agency.
In a bid to shore up security under the gaze of the FTC, Snapchat has decided a ban on all third-party apps is the best solution.