Innovation

There are two camps when it comes to social networking to achieve business objectives, those that embrace change & those that do not. Sadly, the companies & people that resist change are being challenged on many levels of communication. These companies (people) are missing out on topical group collaboration, finding subject matter experts, and most importantly, sharing information virally. "To deny enterprise workers the benefit of socia...

Microblogging networks are rapidly outpacing social networking and traditional websites in user engagement. Why is this happening? How could this happen? When did this happen? Look at how rapidly Twitter has evolved for example. A whole new marketplace is evolving right in front of us. Change is good. Twitter is changing the way people are receiving news that was previously unavailable, People can communicate concisely and quickly to a single us...

Everyone has their own ideas about Twitter and how to use it for both business and personal reasons. Mine are below, a condensed version from several sources and my own experience. Microblogging is an excellent way to get your ideas to people quickly and succinctly. At Blogtronix we are driving innovation in this very area and you should expect some MAJOR announcements by the November Web 2.0 Show in NYC. Our current technology Blurt.it is avail...

It sure is easy to bash Mr. Softy the software behemoth that has introduced SharePoint as the greatest collaboration tool since......email? Let's face it, social networking and collaboration either internally or externally driven are on the ground floor of innovation. Microsoft is very good at marketing and has an abundance of customers AND problems http://www.itworldcanada.com/a/News/45a09da1-3e5f-4f79-ae39-eae4227d93b3.html.

Sharepoint is a de...