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Three things you could use Yammer for today (but probably don’t!)

Microsoft’s purchase of Yammer  ‘The social network for the enterprise’ in the summer of 2012 raised a lot of eyebrows at the time. Especially as Microsoft was just getting to grips with what enterprise customers really wanted from social features. ... read full post

Posted by:  Lee Stevens , Solutions Specialist, Product Management & Marketing |  26 February 2014

Social Networking, Collaboration, Community, Yammer, Social

(2 votes)



How to sell smarter – staying ahead of consumer expectations on the web and in-store (part one of two)

Online and mobile shopping has changed retailing dramatically over the past decade. Consumers have enthusiastically taken to the internet, social media and mobile technology to help in their buying decisions, and now have high expectations of what’s available, at what price, and how quickly. They’re researching, and buying, online, comparing prices and insisting on information and experience before they make their decision. Buying is no longer a simple in-store transaction, it’s a journey, and it can take many different routes. ... read full post

Posted by:  Daniel Munns , Retail Specialist |  24 May 2011

Social Networking, Social Media, Engaged Web, Retail trends, Facebook

(4026 votes)



Social networking tools for organisations

Recently I have been involved in a number of conversations, both internally and with clients, about the value and role of social networking tools for organisations. There appear to be two main themes: (a) how can they add value to my business; and (b) if we don’t have them, how do we attract and retain the new generation of workers for whom social networking tools are part of their everyday existence? ... read full post

Posted by:  Sally Jansen van Vuuren , Principal Management Consultant |  24 June 2009

Social Networking, communication

(3896 votes)



The internet platform explosion

There was certainly a time, not that long ago, where making your business available over the web was a point of differentiation. Today it arguably runs the other way - that is, the lack of a decent web presence is likely to quite starkly define your business in the market place. ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  06 August 2007

Social Networking, xBox

(3390 votes)

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