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Feed your business - not the Newsfeed

by Benjamin Bloom  |  January 15, 2018

Yet Another Algorithm Change? Marketers with a significant investment in Facebook advertising, and publishers who seek to monetize traffic from Facebook, are reeling from the latest jolt: on January 11,...

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Will “Facebook At Work,” Work?

by Mike Gotta  |  January 15, 2015

Last November’s speculation that Facebook was entering the enterprise social networking space was confirmed this week as the company revealed additional information about it’s Facebook at Work service. Several analysts...

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Finally, Facebook at Work

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 14, 2015

Over the last several years, I have done many inquiries which are some variation of "How do we get Facebook for use internally?" or "When will Facebook issue a version...

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What is the state of your firms' Information Quality Deficit (IQD)?

by Andrew White  |  April 17, 2014

I blogged today one of my personal passions – economics – and specifically on the unspoken importance each countries trade balance, and how a long sustained current account deficit eventually...

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What is the (business) value of data, anyway?

by Andrew White  |  March 6, 2013

I spied two Information Management emails this week with the headline, “How do you put a value on data?” and of course, I had to jump on those and read...

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Facebook Booths for “try before you buy” pics in stores; and ghosts at Gartner BPM Summit 2012

by Andrew White  |  April 25, 2012

At the Gartner BPM Summit, Anthony Bradley described the impact of social networks and mobile technology on consumer behavior.  This was part of his BPM Summit Key Note.  The story...

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With Apple and Google It's More About Transparency

by Phillip Redman  |  April 28, 2011

Last week's broad public disclosure that Apple was keeping a tracking file on iOS 4.0 devices once again points to how apple does business its own way.  For many, it...

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Wikileaks and Wikis

by Jeffrey Mann  |  December 20, 2010

The Wikileaks organization has been in the news a great deal the past couple weeks with its large scale disclosure of internal communications from the US State Department, and promises...

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Hyves Sells Out to Telegraaf Newspaper: Is There a Future for Local Social Media?

by Jeffrey Mann  |  November 1, 2010

Today's announcement that the Telegraaf Media Groep has acquired the company behind the Hyves social networking site is another troubling sign for locally-oriented media sites. Hyves has achieved quite good...

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What People Asked About on My European Social Media Tour

by Jeffrey Mann  |  October 17, 2010

Last week, I had the chance to do a quick tour around Europe with Ed Thompson talking to over 300 people about social media in London, Utrecht, Zurich, Milan, and...

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