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How Much Will Your Social Media Channels Cost You?

How Much Will Your Social Media Channels Cost You?

The risks associated with social media are only going to get worse. Just look at Mr. Zuckerberg and his tale of woe – it seems the EU didn’t buy into his crocodile tears. Already I am off topic.…

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Social Media – Do you know your liabilities? What are you doing about security?

Security in the cloud is a consistently discussed topic. But what about your social media activities? How do you train your users, identify non-sanctioned information, and what is your damage control plan?…

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Social Media – Who really cares how many Tweets you get?

TweetsI don’t often write about social media, probably because we are a ‘business to business’ (B2B) company and it’s nice to get a tweet, but it not game changing. Since we are B2B, tweets are around something that people have found interesting such as a webinar or a paper being written.…

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The Challenge of Cloud – Collaboration

Say it ain’t so! That’s what platforms such as Office 365 were developed for. It can’t be a challenge? It is the wave of the future. It will solve all organizational problems.…

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Ethics and Compliance – Which one is the cart, which is the horse?

In a previous blog I referenced a survey, the ‘2013 Ethics and Compliance Leadership Survey Report’ (registration required for download), conducted and compiled by LRN.…

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Social Media Analytics – A spider web out of control?

I read an article ‘Social Intelligence: The New Frontier for Business Intelligence’ which I found interesting. In it, the author, Mark Perrett, Worldwide Social Intelligence Solution Development Leader for HP Enterprise, proposed that social intelligence will become a new frontier under the ever growing umbrella of data analytics.…

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Can the Caged Bird Sing?

In my last blog I rambled on about exposures stemming social type applications and litigation. I just read another article about how organizations should define a social media policy. In this approach, end users are trained on acceptable behavior for participation in workplace social type applications, specifically those that cross the boundaries between internal and external communications.…

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Social Media Applications – who cares?

In a recent blog I talked about the adoption rate and executive level hesitancy about deploying enterprise social collaboration. Enterprise social media is becoming a hot topic in the media.…

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Social Media in the Public Sector

The purpose of social media is to ultimately make government more efficient, but more importantly to make it more transparent, responsive, and easily accessed by citizens. The Internet has created a new level of democracy formerly dominated by specialists.…

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Wiki’s, Blogs, Twitter, Oh My!

From an internal only standpoint, practical social media and collaboration tools must be embedded into the business process flow rather than as an add-on application requiring more work for the end user.…

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