By Michael Fauscette on July 5, 2011
I admit I’m pretty intrigued by Google+ and have been spending quite a bit of time checking it out over the last few days. It is quite the geekdom at present, and frankly that’s just fine with me for now….
By Zoli Erdos on December 2, 2010
Warning: I think I’m becoming a curmudgeon – except that title has until now been reserved for somebody else . But I still have doubts about the recent transaction: LastPass acquired Xmarks. I really liked Xmarks – when it was Foxmarks. A simple bookmark synchronization service that would keep your Firefox up-to-date no matter where […]
By Phil Wainewright on May 18, 2010
Technology changes such as cloud computing and social networking are usually looked at in isolation, but their impact on the nature of business is part of a bigger picture that encompasses a raft of Web-enabled technology factors. The big picture…
By Chris Selland on December 14, 2009
I made a bit of a wisecrack (I do that often…) yesterday on Twitter in response to Ray Wang of Altimeter Group’s tweet that traditional CRM vendors are making "Not much progress on Social other than adding "another" channel."
My response to Ray’s tweet was that SCRM ‘09 sounds a lot like eCRM ‘99, which […]
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By Chris Selland on November 16, 2009
I noted a Facebook post and Tweet from my friend Paul Gillin earlier today with interest. To quote:
"Razorfish study says screw engagement; ppl want discounts from brands on SM.http://bit.ly/12eIAy. IMO, this question hard to study"
In turn, I posted on his Wall:
"I’m not the least bit surprised. Looks like they did a pretty thorough survey"
By Chris Selland on November 5, 2009
From: @TheManagementTeam To: @TheEmployees Subject: Corporate Social Media Policies
It has come to management’s attention (we own your PCs, the network and the log files, remember?) that our employees are spending an increasingly large amount of time on Social Networks – and that we may have even […]