Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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Reiterating the constant technical challenges in supporting a growing network of 1.19 billion users and counting, the new site lead declared Boston was "an easy choice."
Twitter didn't grab every dollar possible when floating its initial public offering. As a result, Twitter shares are up nicely, but the company still has to grow into its valuation.
Jive is on the upswing, if JiveWorld 2013 is any indicator. See what you think by looking at what they are doing and what they need to do.
Asia's Internet giants including Tencent, Alibaba, and Baidu, are under-priced in light of Twitter's IPO price tag of US$26 per share, especially since they offer more sophisticated features than the microblogging site.
Facebook has announced that it is changing the design of its like and share buttons across its user interface and removing the iconic thumbs up image from its design.
The social network is going crazy -- with Tweets that is -- about its official opening share price.
On IPO eve, Twitter employees still seem convinced they're going to cash in big soon -- despite the fact the company is bleeding money.
Americans have little faith in Twitter’s future according to a new poll. Only a third of respondents said that Twitter would be successful in 2018.
The endless parade of technologies to improve workforce collaboration has certainly led to the shrinking of time and distance, but has it actually let to a long-term increase in engagement and business performance? What should enterprises do today?
The Hong Kong government has opened public consultation for Digital 21 plans, but isn't it missing out on the opportunity for more regular engagement through social media channels?
UPDATED. The microblogging giant, set for an initial public offering in coming months, revises its opening share price. IBM also took a swipe with patent infringement claims.
For some companies, building a brand costs millions of dollars in huge ad campaigns and years of seed planting, good will, and market cultivation. But Spiceworks' Community changes everything.
Want to be a third-party developer on Facebook? Prepare to duke it out with plenty of others.
Based on the third quarter earnings report alone, Facebook's CEO defended, "The results show our approach is working.”
Facebook's metrics were solid across the board. Operating margins in the third quarter were 37 percent, up from 20 percent a year ago.