Datasift News & Analysis
| Tuesday Jun 4, 2013
DataSift, an enterprise social data company, has added Instagram, Facebook Page and Google+ data to its managed data offering, and partnered with analytics and visualization vendor Tableau on data integration.
| Friday Apr 19, 2013
Let's take a quick look at a few releases out this week aimed at increasing social and business insights, enabling video collaboration and putting your SharePoint show on the road.
| Thursday Feb 14, 2013
Enterprise social data platform, DataSift has announced an open source, embeddable version of Query Builder, its visual interface tool that filters and curates social data.
| Thursday Nov 15, 2012
Social data platform provider DataSift is teaming up with URL redirection/link tracking service bit.ly to provide deeper analysis of how social conversations and clickstreams affect their brand’s online reputation and performance.
| Wednesday May 2, 2012
May has proved beneficial for funding -- first SocialText and now DataSift. Hot on the heels of Big Data Week, DataSift is celebrating big funding with an announcement that it has secured US$ 7.2 million in a follow-on Series A round from existing investors GRP Partners and IA Ventures.
| Tuesday Feb 28, 2012
While there are many benefits to Facebook’s Timeline feature, a prominent byproduct allows us to more easily have access to those incriminating posts we made back when we were much less savvy about sharing our thoughts and opinions than we are today (hopefully). Yes, we can block others from seeing them, but we know that they are there. Well, now thanks to DataSift, brands can have access to tweets from as far back as 2010 -- back to a time when we thought tweeting about our breakfast was exactly what our followers wanted to know.
| Thursday Apr 7, 2011
Business and social site LinkedIn (news, site) has created a developer platform that lets your own site show professional and company information from LinkedIn's and offer wider interactions.
| Tuesday Apr 5, 2011
Twitter (news, site) got plucky this week with both a partnership with Mediasift and a long awaited revamp to its search tool.