Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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The grab for mobile users is taking a number of different turns. Here's a small curve for marketers on LinkedIn.
SharePoint lives on as an on-premise product but for many it's time to move to Yammer.
Yahoo is set to reverse support of Facebook and Google identities across its entire portfolio of services.
San Francisco based InPowered is taking on the native advertising trend with a focus on trusted, independently produced articles.
Microsoft will be making some big changes as to how Office 365 looks and works later this year with the addition of new Office Graph and 'Oslo' technologies.
Iran's culture minister has compared the country's internet filtering system with the nation's ban on fax machines and video tapes in the 1980s.
A seemingly esoteric question actually turns out to be vital for dealing effectively with the trend toward silos of communication everywhere, from social networks to online communities.
With users increasingly turning to OTT messaging applications, India's largest telco is calling for a level playing field to "benefit everybody concerned" by having them be subject to rules and jurisdictions just like carriers.
OpenText has announced the opening of a local datacentre to eliminate any enterprise concerns over data sovereignty.
While technology has thoroughly infused the workplace, its strategic adoption and meaningful application by the typical worker is actually just beginning. Here's how the digital workplace will look this year.
An SMB-specific online hub is LinkedIn's latest piece in finishing its global economic graph puzzle.
China's biggest social media site Sina Weibo clocks net income of US$44.5 million in fourth-quarter 2013 on net revenue of US$197 million, as the company prepares for its IPO on the NYSE.
Facebook, after unsuccessfully trying to get its users on its own email system, has thrown in the towel.
One of few major social networks to remain unblocked in China, LinkedIn launches Simplified Chinese site that it says will offer localized services as well as abide by local laws.
The new capabilities include visual analytics and "actionable insights" that are meant to increase a person's visibility on LinkedIn, in effect boosting one's "professional brand."