Socialware Listens For The Sound Of Money
As part of its social media management tool for financial advisors, Socialware now scans an individual's network for contacts who might be in the market for life insurance or a 401(k) rollover.
Microsoft: Windows 8 Ends Tablet Era
With Windows 8, Surface, and the many OEM Windows 8 systems being released, Microsoft is attempting to redefine the personal computing market. In the new vision, tablets are PCs, and tablets that can't do the things PCs do--such as use a keyboard and mouse and multitask--are deficient. Windows 8 PCs and tablets can do these things; Android and the iPad cannot. If Microsoft can make the sale, then we are in store for an industry revolution.
6 Lies About Big Data
Our 2013 Big Data Survey shows we're not lacking facts, figures, or tools to wrangle them. So why do just 9% of respondents rate themselves as extremely effective users of data?
Jive Makes Moves Into Mobile And Social
Jive moves into the cloud and empowers social, mobile workers with new announcements, including a partnership with Box. What does the BYOD and consumerization of IT mean for the future of collaboration?
Time To Dismantle The Corporate Machine
Dave Gray, author of "The Connected Company," says social business may be the means, but the end goal is a connected organization that adapts to provide the services customers really want.
Social Task Management Tools Gain Clout
Constellation Research sees social software for getting work done as an important emerging capability, within broader platforms like IBM Connections and more focused tools like Do.com and Asana.
Obama Vs. Romney On Facebook Vs. Twitter
Stats like growth in Twitter followers and average number of retweets on posts favor Mitt Romney's campaign, but President Obama's social media machine remains bigger overall.