Posts Tagged ‘Social Networking’

Social Networking – The Value of B2B and B2C Social Communities in Business

By • Apr 28th, 2011 • Category: Webconference

April 28, 2011 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM US Pacific Time – Web Conference Overview Business Social Networking is one of the pillars of a new wave of business technology that aims to redefine business processes. B2B and B2C social networking solutions are aimed at building online social communities where communication can flow freely and […]

Social Networking Market, 2011-2015

By • Mar 21st, 2011 • Category: New Announcements, Reports

Social Networking services are used both by consumers and businesses to build communities and interact with their contacts through textual communication, media content sharing, and collaborative features.

The Radicati Group Releases “Social Networking Market, 2011-2015”

By • Mar 21st, 2011 • Category: Radicati Press Release

In depth study looks at the high paced growth and new trends shaping both the Enterprise and Consumer Social Networking Markets For Immediate Release Contact: Todd Yamasaki The Radicati Group, Inc. (650) 322-8059 Palo Alto, CA – March 21, 2011 – The latest study by The Radicati Group, Inc., “Social Networking Market, 2011-2015,” offers […]

Business Social Networking & Lotusphere 2011

By • Jan 21st, 2011 • Category: Blog

IBM Lotus has been a strong champion of business social networking over the past few years and has invested heavily in its social networking solutions, IBM Lotus Quickr, a team collaboration solution, and IBM Lotus Connections, an enterprise social networking platform.

Mark Zuckerberg, the man who got it right, gets honored as Time’s “Person of the Year”.

By • Dec 17th, 2010 • Category: Blog

This year’s Time Magazine’s Person of the Year cover went to Mark Zuckerberg, the iconic founder of the largest social network in the world. Within the past five years, Zuckerberg has transformed the way we communicate as a society. The terms “Facebook” and “tag” have become part of our daily language, and the noun “friend” […]

IBM releases Lotus Connections 3.0 with social analytics

By • Nov 12th, 2010 • Category: Blog

IBM has been a player in the enterprise social networking market longer than most people realize. The release of Lotus Connections 3.0 symbolizes IBM’s commitment to two things: making the social network viable for enterprises as an on-premise and hosted solution, and using analytics to further streamline business processes and tools.

Cisco’s SocialMiner brings value to otherwise throwaway status updates.

By • Nov 5th, 2010 • Category: Blog

Cisco unveiled its new SocialMiner software designed to interpret the massive stream of social networking data for businesses. With SocialMiner, businesses can sift through the pile of Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and other social networking data to get more information about the company’s performance in the eyes of its consumers.

Skype and Facebook, better together?

By • Oct 15th, 2010 • Category: Blog

Skype announced the release of its new Skype for Windows 7.0, changing the landscape of the Skype service with some new features. First, the entire interface was redone to become more user-intuitive and provide a cleaner look for the Skype client. Second, group video calling is now available with support with up to 10 people. […]

New and improved Twitter, now even more similar to Facebook!

By • Sep 17th, 2010 • Category: Blog

The great thing about Twitter is its brevity. Users can get plugged into their friends’ Twitter feed and get constant status updates that barely take up more than three lines of space. It is fast, it is simple, and most importantly, it keeps people connected through an easily navigable stream of information. But with the […]

Apple’s Ping puts a new swing on social networking.

By • Sep 10th, 2010 • Category: Blog

With the release of iTunes 10, Apple introduced its new social network Ping, a social network that is centered around music. It is a new and exciting development for Apple, but it’s somewhat expected from a company of Apple’s size and influence in the consumer market. As a new entry into the social networking ring, […]