Protecting your Tweets

Just before Digital London back in March 2012 I was interviewed by Adam Malik, the Founder of the Show. We discussed the value of your network connections on the various public networks (e.g. Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter etc).

One of the key points that Adam was making to me is that you should let anyone follow . . . → Read More: Protecting your Tweets

Social Media Consultants and Experts (NOT!)

I found this succinct article on Social Media Experts. If you read it an agree with me that this is what most social media agencies do then we’re on the right track.

The Experts, Translated How well do brands really understand social? We heard a lot of buzzwords–and a lot of uncertainty.

WHAT THEY SAID . . . → Read More: Social Media Consultants and Experts (NOT!)

SAP on using Social Media

MIT has published an interview with Mark Yolton, VP Communities and Social Media.

SAP, being a large software vendors and technology leaders, obviously have to demonstrate their understanding and implementation of Social into their business. I have been following their efforts in building out a community of 3 million SAP customers, partners and employees as . . . → Read More: SAP on using Social Media

Personal Cloud a reality by 2014 – Gartner

Gartner have made their predictions for 2014 and use of cloud by individuals.

 

Megatrend No. 1: Consumerization — You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet Gartner has discussed the consumerization of IT for the better part of a decade, and has seen the impact of it across various aspects of the corporate IT world. However, . . . → Read More: Personal Cloud a reality by 2014 – Gartner

Information Age – Social and Enterprise Architecture

I recently presented at an Information Age Event – Social and Mobile Business.

The topic was an interesting one – Enterprise Architecture for the Social Enterprise. Until recently, social media was focused within the marketing department without much interference or input from IT. However, we’re now seeing a lot more thought put to how IT . . . → Read More: Information Age – Social and Enterprise Architecture

Network Analysis – Enterprise 2.0 Workshop

I facilitated a workshop entitled “How to discover and use inherent relationships’ at the Enterprise 2.0 Summit. As part of that workshop, it was clear to me that there is significant work to be done to join up and create a successful Enteprise 2.0 delivery strategy.

Network Analysis (or as it used to be called, . . . → Read More: Network Analysis – Enterprise 2.0 Workshop

Enterprise 2.0 Summit – Frankfurt (27th-28th October 2010)

I attended the e20summit in Frankfurt after submitting and being accepted to facilitate an Open Work space session. The conference was organised to discuss and and provide use cases and examples of the application of Social Media and Enterprise 2.0 within large enterprises.

It turned out that there were a number of areas that . . . → Read More: Enterprise 2.0 Summit – Frankfurt (27th-28th October 2010)

The obligatory Twitter Post

I’ve been twittering for about a year and only in the past 4/5 months has Twitter really taken off. Some people don’t seem to get the reasons and the business value to Twitter. I find that’s a shame.

The power of social media to influence is only become apparent, but at the moment, the hype . . . → Read More: The obligatory Twitter Post

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