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Social Insights Show How Recruiters Engage on Twitter

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Previously, we've reported on how various segments of marketers engage on Twitter from digital marketers to B2B marketers, as well as brands. But what about those who actively recruit marketers and brand influencers -- how do they use Twitter to connect and create open, informal networks?

Design Better Customer Experiences By Measuring Human Performance

shutterstock_159695792.pngBetter customer experiences, whether they are in-store, online or over the phone don't just magically happen, they are designed. The design of a building or a new software program needs to account for a plethora of variables -- from wind patterns to user behaviors -- so why aren't you factoring in similar attributes when it comes to designing your brand's customer journey?

Most Organizations Have Yet to Become Fully Social, Altimeter Group Finds

Most organizations are only at the “intermediate” stage of becoming social businesses. That's a key finding in a new report from the Altimeter Group, which looks at the current state of the social business transformation. The report is based on interviews with social media strategists and executives at 65 firms with more than 500 employees.

Microsoft Sets the Tracks for SharePoint Conference 2014

sharepointconf2014_300.jpg After a break in 2013, attendees can get ready to party in Las Vegas early next year, and study the tracks for some serious sessions as Microsoft pushes all things SharePoint for the enterprise.

The 2014 event's themes are "connect, reimagine and transform" as Microsoft plans for the future of social and business collaboration. Tickets are already on sale.

Tweet Jam Recap: Becoming a Responsive Social Business #socbizchat

Tweet Jam Recap: Becoming a Responsive Social Business #socbizchatHow do businesses measure the success of social business initiatives and how do they define success? 

Tweet Jam Reminder: Today - Becoming a Responsive Social Business #SocBizChat

Social Business, Tweet Jam Reminder: Today - Becoming a Responsive Social Business #SocBizChatDuring today's Tweet Jam, sponsored by OpenText, we'll be looking at the challenges surrounding social business ROI measurement and how, if at all, it's changed in the past year.

Jive Updates Flagship Software, Intros Cloud-Based Customer Platform

Jive is out with the fall release of its flagship enterprise social software, as well as a cloud-based version of its customer community platform.

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Jive's Universal App for iPad, with new features from the company's fall update

Why Human Resources Needs Social Business

Social Business, Why Human Resources Needs to Move Forward with Social BusinessAs companies identify more areas where social software can be put to use, the push to launch social software solutions from IT departments and specialty departments grows stronger. Many IT directors see social software as an opportunity to raise their profile, and departments from marketing to product development push adoption driven by their basic goals and responsibilities.

But one department is missing from this clamor, even though social software adoption would appear to be in its best interests. I’m talking about Human Resources (HR).

Digital Asset Management from an Intranet Perspective

Digital Asset Management (DAM) systems are not only for big, flashy and expensive web properties but have a place in managing intranet content too. 

Creating Value from Chaos: Defining and Encouraging Innovation

1375251_600129090029481_1666320026_n.jpg Think about a company like Apple and you probably think, accurately or not, about innovation. We're always waiting for the next big thing. The new. The unusual. The useful. The latest innovation.

"Innovation" is as big of a buzzword as "big data" -- and just as hard to define. Blame it on the very nature of innovation: to innovate means to create change, which, by necessity, implies breaking rules, making mistakes and upsetting the status quo. So how do you define change … and, more importantly, why should you bother?

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Mobile Enterprise Report: iOS, Document Editing Dominate

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Microsoft knows it. It's catching on to the "explosion." And many other enterprises are, too.

Mobile is booming in the enterprise, and those who have BYOD policies, mobile security efforts in place across the enterprise and employees who are empowered with mobile capabilities are thriving.

IBM Targets Government Business with Federal Cloud Computing Center

Everyone’s a winner here, it seems. While the government and associated agencies will have access to all of IBM’s cloud research and developments, IBM, for its part, will be given wider access to government departments, giving it a working lab to experiment with its open standards cloud computing program. 

Solaborate Launches Beta of Social Collaboration Platform for Techies

A Facebook meets Jive for techies -- that’s one of the ways to describe a new social and collaboration platform targeted at technology pros that launches in public beta this week. 

Enterprise Social Network tibbr Adds File Sharing, Tasks, New Partnership with Huddle

Tibco is pumping up its enterprise social network tibbr with file storage and sharing, task management, a platform for managing and publishing content and a new partnership with enterprise collaboration solution Huddle. 

The Next Frontiers: Resiliency, Concurrency, Adaptability

What SXSW is to the user experience (UX) and design geeks who make the Internet useful, useable and desirable, the Cultivate and Velocity conferences are to the teams of geeks that literally make the Internet function. Both conferences, produced by O'Reilly, were held this week in New York City. The week began with the warm and fuzzy, culture-focused Cultivate (which actually kicked off with a morning yoga session). Day two and three at Velocity… not so warm or fuzzy. Velocity is designed for the hard-core web technology geek. The tag line says it all -- "Building a Faster, Stronger Web"

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