Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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After the unprecedented destruction wrought by Typhoon Haiyan, the social Web went on hyper drive revealing images of the devastation and urging for massive aid operations.
Joining Yahoo and Google, Twitter is the latest tech giant to promote its tactics for preventing decryption of sensitive user data.
Ahead of federal elections next year, politicians have been embracing social media to their advantage. Now, that same space could be used against them when tribal groups attempt to expose some of their unethical practices.
Sheryl Sandberg brings the "Lean In" message to the cloud at Dreamforce.
Once late to the mobile game, the social media giant now bets heavily on the platform which it says will ensure Facebook's continued growth in the Asia-Pacific region.
The country saw user numbers jump by 37.4 percent, ahead of Indonesia and Mexico, and is set to overtake U.S. as largest Facebook population by 2016, says eMarketer study.
Benioff even rattled off advice, "If you want to protest, first go outside. Also, it's better to split up because then less people get arrested."
Salesforce's chief clarifies what the "Superpod" actually is.
Showcase Pages also marks another check box for LinkedIn's ambitious goal to chart a global economic graph.
On balancing HP and Oracle as infrastructure partners, Salesforce's co-founder quipped, "It's not just an Internet of Customers but Internet of Partners."
Gartner lays out a future for enterprise identity and how it will, or won't, look compared to today.
Singapore's no. 2 telco will offer an "unlimited" WeChat bundle for prepaid customers, going up against market leader SingTel in the OTT space which has a similar plan with messenging platform WhatsApp.
Apparently no one knew what "social enterprise" meant -- not even the guys who coined the term.
However a net loss appears to have thrown investors off a little bit as Salesforce shares were down by approximately three percent in after-hours trading.
More than 400 new apps were added to the AppExchange this year alone, including apps from Dropbox, Evernote and HP. That pool includes more than 90 industry-specific apps.