Comments on Unlikely to join Twitter, IT would rather be ‘LinkedIn’, guru saysA SearchCIO.com blog2013-05-11T17:51:37Zhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/total-cio/unlikely-to-join-twitter-it-would-rather-be-linkedin-guru-says/feed/atom/By: Labnuke99Labnuke99http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/total-cio/?p=1575#comment-5882010-11-17T15:55:28Z2010-11-17T15:55:28ZOk – I finally got bit by the twitter bug (@labnuke) – I held off for a very long time until some webinar contest I wanted to enter (free iPad) required the entry to be tweeted. I then found it very valuable to keep up on quick bulletins of interest to me. The SANS Internet Storm Center, Team Cymru, Sophos Labs, McAfee labs…. running Tweetdeck really keeps the news beacons short and focused, a lot better than wading through a bunch of emails for the same headlines.
]]>By: VasyabrickVasyabrickhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/total-cio/?p=1575#comment-5832010-10-24T07:10:29Z2010-10-24T07:10:29ZTheres a smart reason for this. It has nothing to do with being trendy. Journalists benefit from public announcements- IT’s primary concern is protection of assets- Security management. Secondly, analysis is of importance and that comes from credible sources, not the opinions of thousands of loungechair bloggers. Furthermore, of what value is it to them to publicly disclose information all over the internet?
]]>By: Shillu13Shillu13http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/total-cio/?p=1575#comment-5822010-10-22T17:30:30Z2010-10-22T17:30:30Zlove it. Its so true about people assuming IT will be in all the latest in trends. Like every industry there are early adopters, laggers, etc. Some people just dont get into social media while some wait and watch.