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September 14, 2012  4:56 PM

Gamification proves powerful weapon against security lesson boredom



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Apple, Big Data, big data analytics, CIO, CIO weekly wrap-up, data analytics, data loss prevention, Data privacy, Facebook, innovation, iPhones, IT fun, Security, smartphones, Social media, social media and networking

Not all aspects of dealing with technology are fun. But sometimes technology itself can pep things up. This week, the SearchCIO.com Searchlight shines upon a few examples of the innovative thinking that keeps IT fresh. For example, did you know that refreshing your security policy knowledge...

October 7, 2011  1:50 PM

Kraft Foods foretells how we will work in the digital age



Posted by: Linda Tucci
digital age; mobility, social media and networking, virtual desktops

I'm used to working from anyplace and (sigh) anytime. Getting to work usually involves guzzling coffee rather than driving my gas-guzzler to the office. But I am employed by a publishing company that was born in the

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June 30, 2011  3:35 PM

Social media platforms boost spontaneity, but does business need that?



Posted by: Linda Tucci
social media and networking, social media platforms, social media risks

One of the great things about social media platforms is that they break down barriers, allowing easy, sometimes effortless communication among people. Given that we are social animals,


April 28, 2011  8:49 PM

Measure your company’s social technology maturity



Posted by: Linda Tucci
social media and networking, social technology

For something as new and as nebulous as the application of social media to the enterprise, measuring a company's social technology maturity -- and what IT can do about it -- seems like a dicey business. But that is what Forrester Research analyst Nigel Fenwick has intrepidly set out to do with a


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