Jive Updates Social Media Platform
The Jive 5 release adds an Apps Market, Microsoft Outlook and Office integration, and a revamped interface to help identify "hidden expertise" within an organization.
Moxie Adds iPhone App, Video Management
The company's Employee Spaces software gains a native iPhone app and now lets users upload videos in more than 100 formats and have them automatically transcoded into the MP4 format.
Apple's Retail Lesson
The company's strong performance isn't just about strong products; it's about a meticulously managed customer experience.
Top Signs You Need NoSQL For Your Data
When your relational database takes longer to process your data than to collect it, it's time to call in big data technology, said panelists at Interop.
Microsoft Says Email Not Dead Yet
A majority of those surveyed by MarketTools want a tool that brings their email, social media, and voicemail together in a unified inbox.
Google Defines Social Strategy
Marissa Mayer, VP of consumer products, elaborates on how Google is leveraging its investments in geo-spatial data to support its social projects.
Federal CIOs Embrace Social Media
Despite security risks, federal agencies increasingly are using Facebook, Twitter and the like to engage with the public, according to TechAmerica.
Social Media At Peak Of Hype Cycle
While expectations may be overinflated, social software still offers significant advantages to small and midsize businesses, says Gartner analyst.
Do Tweets Predict The Future?
WiseWindow's sentiment analysis tools index social media sites, blogs, and message boards to feed predictive business intelligence models.
RockMelt Boosts Facebook, Twitter Integration
The RockMelt Web browser, which is based on the Google Chrome engine, is designed to be a tool for surfing the social Web. With deep integration into Facebook, along with capabilities to work with Twitter, RockMelt makes it possible to have a constant view into your social connections while using websites and Web applications.
8 Tips For 'Social' Marketing
Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms can be effective ways to market your company, but only if you do it right. Power up your efforts with these tips from Web-based application provider Wildfire.