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By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 10, 2009
Digital Media convergence, Web 2.0 and social networking's growing influence are forcing Telecommunications companies to transform their service offerings. Watch this webcast to learn about IBM's asset-based telecommunications solutions that solve our clients most important challenges.
Tags : web 2.0, social networking, telecommunications, digital media, collaboration, ibm, empowering people, spde, cem, customer experience management, blogs, wikis, user profiles, tagging, feeds, mobile services, lotus, wireless, enterprise applications
     IBM
By: Social Text.     Published Date: Jul 21, 2009
Read this paper to learn 5 biggest blunders people tend to make when choosing a collaboration solution, and how to avoid them.
Tags : blunders, social text, collaboration solution, collaboration, tco, total cost of ownership, social networking, blogs, wikis, twitter, facebook, web 2.0, adoption, adoption rate, ldap, linkedin, mobile, email integration, knowledge management
     Social Text.
By: Citrix Online     Published Date: Jun 28, 2009
Terms like Facebook, Twitter, wikis and blogs are a recent addition to mainstream vocabulary. And now it seems like everyone is fluent in the language of social media - including your prospects and customers.
Tags : goto meeting, social media, citrix, customer support, training, marketing, ebook, facebook, twitter, blog, social networking, social media, collaboration, collaboration tools
     Citrix Online
By: SPSS Inc.     Published Date: Mar 31, 2009
This paper briefly defines text analytics, describes various approaches to text analytics, and then focuses on the natural language processing techniques used by text analytics solutions.
Tags : spss, text analytics, data management, statistical analysis, natural language processing techniques, computational linguistics, web sites, blogs, wikis, e-mails, instant messaging, predictive analytics, bottom up approach, documents, customer relationship management, crm, voice of the customer, competitive landscape, security threats, understanding text
     SPSS Inc.
By: Social Text     Published Date: Jul 21, 2009
Read this paper to learn 5 biggest blunders people tend to make when choosing a collaboration solution, and how to avoid them.
Tags : blunders, social text, collaboration solution, collaboration, tco, total cost of ownership, social networking, blogs, wikis, twitter, facebook, web 2.0, adoption, adoption rate, ldap, linkedin, mobile, email integration
     Social Text
By: eTouch     Published Date: Aug 04, 2009
The native speakers of the islands of Hawaii probably had no notion of the inadequacy of the Word and Email duopoly to corporate communications when they coined the term Wiki - literally meaning fast. However, Wikis have grown into just that -- a fast and efficient way of fostering knowledge sharing across corporations worldwide; combining elements of Word, email, RSS, plugins and other relevant technologies.
Tags : roi, wiki, etouch, rss, plugins, word, email, blog, content management systems, cms, html, web 2.0, spam, email, samepage, data security, ldap, knowledge management, enterprise applications
     eTouch
By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 11, 2014
Is email still the “killer app” it used to be? Social technologies and mobile capabilities are changing the way people communicate in the workplace. Many organizations are employing BYOD strategies and embracing social business tools like file sharing, chat, wikis and communities. In the past, email was used for storing and sharing documents and having conversations with groups. Tasks which are much better suited for today's social cloud collaboration tools. Email usage may be evolving, but email is not dead. In fact, everyone in the organization from executives to factory workers needs email to stay connected. And many organizations are moving their messaging to cloud to take advantage of the flexibility and cost savings a cloud environment provides.
Tags : social technologies, mobile capabilities, byod strategies, email usage, it management, knowledge management, enterprise applications, data management, business technology
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 06, 2015
Is email still the “killer app” it used to be? Social technologies and mobile capabilities are changing the way people communicate in the workplace. Many organizations are employing BYOD strategies and embracing social business tools like file sharing, chat, wikis and communities. In the past, email was used for storing and sharing documents and having conversations with groups. Tasks which are much better suited for today's social cloud collaboration tools. Email usage may be evolving, but email is not dead. In fact, everyone in the organization from executives to factory workers needs email to stay connected. And many organizations are moving their messaging to cloud to take advantage of the flexibility and cost savings a cloud environment provides.
Tags : social workplace, social technologies, mobile capabilities, social business tools, it management, wireless, knowledge management, enterprise applications
     IBM
By: SPSS     Published Date: Jun 30, 2009
This paper briefly defines text analytics, describes various approaches to text analytics, and then focuses on the natural language processing techniques used by text analytics solutions.
Tags : spss, text analytics, data management, statistical analysis, natural language processing techniques, computational linguistics, web sites, blogs, wikis, e-mails, instant messaging, predictive analytics, bottom up approach, documents, customer relationship management, crm, voice of the customer, competitive landscape, security threats, understanding text
     SPSS
By: SPSS, Inc.     Published Date: Mar 31, 2009
This paper briefly defines text analytics, describes various approaches to text analytics, and then focuses on the natural language processing techniques used by text analytics solutions.
Tags : spss, text analytics, data management, statistical analysis, natural language processing techniques, computational linguistics, web sites, blogs, wikis, e-mails, instant messaging, predictive analytics, bottom up approach, documents, customer relationship management, crm, voice of the customer, competitive landscape, security threats, understanding text
     SPSS, Inc.
By: Acquia     Published Date: Aug 03, 2009
Not doing Social Publishing? You’re behind. Social technologies on the web have changed forever how organizations of all sizes interact with their customers to gather feedback, improve customer service, and protect and grow their brands. Effective web content management must now include social and community capabilities.
Tags : social publishing, acquia, customer service, brands, web content, social media, publishing, publish, journalism, blog, blogging, rich content, myspace, facebook, orkut, meebo, wikis, forum, tagging, twitter
     Acquia
By: ProjectLocker     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This paper provides a brief overview of Wiki and its emerging importance in the business marketplace. It describes ways in which many major corporations are taking advantage of this new social software to transform their business practices, and lays out a short set of guidelines to consider before implementing your own Wiki solution.
Tags : collaboration, corporate portals, information management, intranets, messaging, wiki, wikipedia, social marketing, project locker, projectlocker, knowledge management
     ProjectLocker
By: Quocirca     Published Date: Sep 07, 2007
Social Networking tools have proliferated in the recent past, and many individuals are now utilizing such tools as a core part of their day-to-day lives.  If these tools can be harnessed as a means of interaction by the public sector, constituency involvement will rise, while costs can be minimized.
Tags : social networking, blog, blogging, blog marketing, wiki, wikis, wiki marketing, emerging marketing, mashup, mashups, survey, online survey, online panel, quocirca, it management
     Quocirca
By: Godfrey     Published Date: Oct 02, 2008
Branding has always been about much more than logos and graphics. It comprises the total experience customers and prospects have with your company. By adding newer, richer choices, today’s new communications technologies – everything from blogs and podcasts to wikis and mobile – are changing the fundamental basis of business-to-business marketing. Almost daily. While some are saying that branding is no longer relevant in that increasingly fragmented media world, we believe branding actually is more important than ever. In fact, it’s critical to your success.
Tags : godfrey, b-to-b branding, business-to-business branding, b-to-b branding in web 2.0, b-to-b interactive media, brand guardians, brand ambassadors, media proliferation, brand fragmentation, business-to-business marketing
     Godfrey
By: BatchBlue Software     Published Date: Mar 27, 2009
Even though you may not be familiar with the term “social media”, chances are you’ve heard about it or maybe even are using it to communicate in your personal life. But is social media successfully making the crossover from personal pastime to business tool? This blue paper outlines the different types of tools in the social media toolkit and proposes ways they can be used to promote your brand, communicate with your customers and help grow your business.
Tags : social media, matternow, communications, brand management, media toolkit, marketing communications, myspace, youtube, facebook, social networking, internet advertising, linkedin, twitter, blogs, weblogs, microblogging, pownce, flickr, del.icio.us, dig
     BatchBlue Software
By: Epicor HCM     Published Date: Mar 24, 2011
Organizations that utilize blogs, wikis and social networking tools achieved an average year-over-year improvement in employee engagement of 18%, compared to just 1% for the organizations that did not.
Tags : employee engagement, socia media in hr
     Epicor HCM
By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 01, 2015
Is email still the “killer app” it used to be? Social technologies and mobile capabilities are changing the way people communicate in the workplace. Many organizations are employing BYOD strategies and embracing social business tools like file sharing, chat, wikis and communities. In the past, email was used for storing and sharing documents and having conversations with groups. Tasks which are much better suited for today's social cloud collaboration tools. Email usage may be evolving, but email is not dead. In fact, everyone in the organization from executives to factory workers needs email to stay connected. And many organizations are moving their messaging to cloud to take advantage of the flexibility and cost savings a cloud environment provides. In this webcast, you will learn: • How the nature of email has changed and why everyone in your organization needs it. • Why the cloud makes sense for messaging for everyone from executives, to sales, to boundary workers, either as hybrid solution or for the entire workforce. • How email complements social business technologies and how you can start using your email more efficiently in the workplace. • How moving messaging to the cloud can help reduce IT cost and complexity.
Tags : email, social technologies, byod, file sharing, chat, cloud, ibm, networking, it management, business technology
     IBM
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