I was recently joined by our CIO and invited by Salesforce.com to an exclusive event in Boston to see first-hand the company's products, solutions and most importantly future vision and direction.
We came together because we believed in the platform that social media provided us with. We came together because we believed we could share the platform that we were using to exercise our student voice with all students.
This week I go over the basics of Twitter (um... hence the title, A Beginner's Guide to Twitter!) Get a pen and paper as you listen... you might wa...
In an age that is being shaped in so many ways by the creation and evolution of new forms of social media, I have been struck by the infrequency of serious discussion about what we have gained and what we have lost or are in imminent danger of losing.
As people continue to share increasingly personal information online, it's easy to miss the dangers presented by sharing information with many websites they visit.
Damn you Netflix! You've shown how lazy I really am about social media. And how in the world can I get off the sofa and take any action if you keep making brilliant shows like House of Cards?
If enough people cry wolf too many times, we'll be too tired for the real fight, for things like nurseries in the workplace, flextime, maternity leave, etc. More of us are on your side than you realize. Even if we tell lousy jokes.
With 48 games in the rearview mirror and another 12 on the docket for next weekend's Sweet 16 and Elite 8 rounds, the NCAA Tournament is officially in full swing. But the most activity isn't happening on court in regional venues; it's taking place virtually on Twitter
So what did I learn? The list below is not a professional social media textbook. It is lessons I learned, starting from nothing, over the past year.
It was an honor for both Michael Krigsman and I to speak with Paul Greenberg , considered by many including myself as the Godfather of CRM, and the au...
Organizations seeking to evolve need to not only recognize the changes in technology and behavior but they also need to take a strategic approach to changing how their employees fundamentally work. Technology without strategy won't get you very far.
The worrisome trend happening beneath everyone's noses (and keyboards), is that slowly but steadily, we are all giving up our privacy to the world -- and like a herd of buffalo running off the side of a cliff -- we are doing it willingly.
We will continue to find new and, I'm sure, exhilarating ways to connect online. And while we do, we must not lose sight of the boundaries between real and virtual life.
Fielding a unique four-guard lineup, No. 14 Harvard squeaked out an improbable 68-62 win over New Mexico, a 3-seed, in Salt Lake City on Thursday, giving the Crimson their first NCAA tournament victory in program history. And the Twittersphere took notice.
New York City is the world's ultimate example of a civilization with innumerable moving parts operating in sync. With Twitter, Jack Dorsey created a virtual space that facilitates the same kind of systemic harmony, on a global scale
If your business plan outlines exactly how you will generate revenue from specific social media-related activities and you implement these revenue generating activities on a consistent basis, you may be able to monetize your social media operations.