There are numerous arguments in favour of such actions: a fear of the unknown, a lack of understanding, the concern that employees won't work with online distractions around, and so forth. To some extent, these concerns are valid.
The Daily Mail posted a picture on Facebook of the Duchess of Cambridge leaving the hospital with Prince George alongside a picture of Princess Diana with Prince William at about noon the same day. This picture received more than 16,000 'likes' and was shared over 6,000 times.
Social media is a way to highlight one's differentiated positioning. It's useful in increasing global awareness and visibility by attracting web visitors, and by sharing ideas and opinions that viewers can confirm. I believe there's real power in social media.
One of the main challenges of cloud is the risk of increased and unmanaged traffic levels over corporate networks. Each application running over a network (like Twitter, videos, or Facebook), drains the network's resources a little.
For businesses, the dangers of increased and unmanaged traffic levels over corporate networks are immense. Each application running over a network (like Twitter, or videos, or Facebook), drains the network's resources a little.
European CIOs are shunning the benefits of social media for business. I am concerned that as a result, CIOs risk alienating customers, creating ineffective marketing strategies, demotivating staff and eliminating their competitive edge by not embracing social media.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) describes the recent trend of employees bringing personally-owned mobile devices to their place of work, and using those devices to access privileged company resources such as email, file servers, and databases.
Just as consumers have seen widespread problems when using new data-intensive applications on smartphones, the same problem is also impacting the business world as corporate networks struggle to cope with new demands.