Why Your 'Video Phone' Is Better Than George Jetsons'
By Mike Elgan | Article Published July 10, 2013
The rise of Web-based video is changing many aspects of business and personal life.
Tags: social networks, Web, smartphone, video phone
Tech Comics: "A Day in the Life of the Queen"
By Oliver Widder | Article Published September 02, 2011
Modern social networks like Facebook aren't set up to handle the demands of royalty.
Tags: Facebook, social networks
How Google Plans to Beat Facebook
By Mike Elgan | Article Published August 11, 2010
Googles forthcoming social media site has the potential to turn Facebook into MySpace.
Tags: Facebook, social network, social networks, Google, Facebook marketing
'Quit Facebook Day' Falls Short
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published June 01, 2010
Movement organized to ditch the popular social networking site over privacy and security concerns yields tepid response, but scrutiny from government officials continues.
Tags: Facebook, social networks, security, privacy
BroadVision Launches Social Network for Businesses
By David Needle | Article Published May 25, 2010
Clearvale aims to be a "network of networks" for businesses, letting companies create distinct social media sites for departments, customers and suppliers that can be private or interoperate.
Tags: Facebook, social networks, security, Twitter, privacy
ChatSync 2.2 Archives Social Media for Compliance: Worried Yet?
By David Needle | Article Published May 05, 2010
Enterprise solution stores Twitter, Facebook and other real-time text-based communications for compliance and e-discovery. Should users be worried?
Tags: Facebook, social networks, Twitter, compliance, LinkedIn
Twitter is Declared 'a Triumph of Humanity'
By David Needle | Article Published April 15, 2010
At Chirp, the first company-sponsored Twitter developer conference, founders reveal key usage stats, including the total number of unique visitors -- it's a lot.
Tags: social networks, Twitter, micro-blogging, Twitter feed, Chirp
Social Networks Pervasive in Regulated Industries
By David Needle | Article Published March 31, 2010
Report says most financial and healthcare organizations use an average of 28 social networks despite security risks.
Tags: Facebook, social networks, Twitter, malware, Enterprise 2.0
Tech Comics: "Men and Facebook"
By Oliver Widder | Article Published March 12, 2010
Men are sometimes not too communicative, yet Facebook helps with that. Sort of.
Tags: Facebook, social networks, social networking
Twitter Boasts 70,000 Apps
By David Needle | Article Published March 03, 2010
Biz Stone, co-founder of the popular microblogging service, notes the growth of the company and the launch of its first developer event.
Tags: social networks, Twitter, social media, Twitter feed
Why Google Buzz Isn't Buzzworthy
By Mike Elgan | Article Published February 10, 2010
Google Buzzs list of features appears attractive, yet the actual implementation offers the worst of two platforms.
Tags: social networks, Google, social networking, social media, google buzz
Gmail Gets Social Media Upgrade
By David Needle | Article Published February 09, 2010
Gmail gets a social media super-charge in an update that also includes a mobile launch and promises of an enterprise version.
Tags: Facebook, social networks, Google, Twitter, Gmail
IT Security Threat: Social Networking
By Larry Barrett | Article Published February 03, 2010
A malware epidemic plaguing social networking sites threatens far more than users' systems the entire enterprise infrastructure may be at risk.
Tags: social networks, social networking, cyber security, IT security, cyber attack
Tech Comics: "Facebook, Twitter and Home"
By Oliver Widder | Article Published December 18, 2009
Believe it or not, Facebook and Twitter aren't the only locations at which an individual may be found.
Tags: Facebook, social networks, Twitter, social networking