"Social Enterprise" is an increasingly trendy term, and Salesforce.com has been leading the way. At its Dreamforce conference last week, the theme was clear: From here on, enterprise applications must have social capabilities built in.
Greetings Tony. Nice to see you. I think Salesforce.com is really forward-thinking in its social initiatives and you did a good job of explaining what it means to customers.
Microsoft is taking a similar approach in its planned acquisition of Yammer, an enterprise social media tool that's oriented around collaboration. Microsoft plans to integrate Yammer in some way with SharePoint, Office 365, Microsoft Dynamics and Skype, althought we don't know how long this will take since the acquisition hasn't been completed yet.
Clearly, Salesforce.com has a head start looking beyond collaboration to key business apps and pocesses.
A recent release of the popular TweetDeck app for Twitter power-users gives new life to software that had previously taken a wrong turn. Here's a quick walk-through of the new TweetDeck, to show you why it should be at the top of your Twitter toolkit.
Showing results is the best way to win over social business doubters, according to Mary Maida, Medtronic lead information solutions manager. Internet Evolution's Mitch Wagner interviewed Maida at the E2 Innovate conference.
The medical instruments manufacturer looks to metrics to quantify its social business engagement, according to Mary Maida, Medtronic lead information solutions manager. Internet Evolution editor in chief Mitch Wagner interviewed Maida at the E2 Innovate conference.
Michael Brutsch, a.k.a. Reddit's Violentacrez, is a creep who posted borderline kiddie porn to the Internet anonymously, and got fired when outed by a media outlet. It's a cautionary tale even for people who aren't jerks and predators.
Enterprises are discovering that using social networking within the secure setting of a SaaS provider's network gives them an unusual opportunity to freely collaborate with partners, suppliers, and even competitors.
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