How P&G Promotes Box File Sharing
The head of Proctor & Gamble's Your Files Anywhere program wants to get 18,000 employees on Box Sync file sharing because 'there are a lot scarier things out there' in the cloud.
Roomba Robots Listen To Social Media
For iRobot, the maker of the Roomba vacuum and other household robots, responding to customers on social media is a daily chore just like email, chat, and phone support.
ECM Reaches For The Clouds
IT doesn't have to give up content management features when users adopt online storage and document sharing.
Sink Or Swim
Most companies don't have a strategy to deal with rising tides of digital information. Enterprise content management can help, but first you need a plan.
10 Years Of Information Management
We've just moved out of one generation of solution architectures and on to one that will define the enterprise computing trajectory for the next decade or more.
IT Execs Get Antisocial Social Network
Wisegate offers an exclusive, vendor-free community. Some early members say they get better advice here than they do from analyst firms or regular conferences.
IW500: 7 Lessons For Developing Real Metrics
Paul DePodesta helped build the Oakland Athletics baseball team into contenders by developing new metrics that better determined a player's true value. His advice can help business managers.
TechCrunch Disrupt: Arrington Out
Michael Arrington will be running the CrunchFund and AOL will participate, but he will no longer be an editor at the startup-oriented news site that he founded.
Presdo Makes Connections Through LinkedIn
LinkedIn's original CTO Eric Ly is tapping the LinkedIn social graph to enhance his latest venture, Presdo, which helps professionals connect at events such as conferences.
Crowdsourcing For SMBs On A Budget
Napkin Labs built its service around the idea that smaller firms are more likely than large enterprises to exploit new product ideas from social communities.