In the last few years we've seen dozens of instances where individuals, celebrities, athletes and politicians have lost their jobs or been forced to resign because of content posted to Facebook, Twitter and other social networks.
Pandora, the online radio station and music recommendation service, went public today and investors were getting frothy. But the company has too little going for it to justify investment. Read this blog post by Greg Sandoval on Media Maverick.
According to a 2009 survey from Robert Half Technology, more than half of the CIOs who responded, prohibited using social media at work. More than half? Seriously? What outcome is that supposed to achieve?
Forrester has released a new report, Accelerating Your Social Maturity: How To Move From Social Experimentation To Business Transformation, which you can also find as a new chapter in the newly updated paperback version of the Groundswell book.
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