First Mover Advantage: Risk-Reward
A panel of CIOs talk about making big bets on technology -- mobile, social, cloud and more -- and how it has helped their organizations move quicker on behalf of customers and employees.
2012 BI Survey: Don't Follow The Money
Instead, get ahead of it by watching the data. That's the promise of advanced analytics, and our survey respondents are intrigued. Other top trends: mobility, cloud, and multiple BI tools.
How Facebook Manages Its Workforce
Facebook is growing so fast it had to implement new forms of employee reviews in a "learn or lose" work environment, execs tell Enterprise 2.0 conference.
5 Ways Enterprises Can Stay Safer On Facebook
Some companies are pumping more time and money into business Facebook pages without considering the lack of control when things go wrong. Consider these security steps within your grasp.
In Search Of Enterprise Social Media Integration
I went looking for enterprise application architects who are integrating with social feeds and frameworks for the "Designing Social Applications" session at Enterprise 2.0. I found something a little different.
Government Agencies Go Google+
Since Google released Google+ Pages for businesses and organizations earlier this week, government agencies have been rapidly creating Google+ accounts.
SMBs Get Help Finding Best Vendors
BestVendor helps businesspeople choose the best tools and applications with Yelp-like social recommendations from fellow SMBs who share and rate Web services, cloud apps, and software.
Yammer Gets Major Facelift
Update to enterprise social media service takes cues from Facebook and Google Docs; adds activity stream integration with six cloud services.
How To Maximize Battery Life Of iPhone 4S
The iPhone 4S is the hot phone on the market, in more ways than one. There are widespread reports of disappointing battery life and of other hardware issues, such as excessively warm devices.
3 Google Reader Changes Need Repair Now
Google stirred the ire of Google Reader users with its latest redesign, which ditches some of the RSS service's best features. Google must fix some missteps.