Written by Todd Barr If I read one more article about the “consumerization” of IT, I’m going to get very, very angry. Yes, the tech titans among us have figured out that employees use their own personal devices to get work done.
Released on August 1, 2011, the Trends In Social Advertising Survey by Brian Solis and The Pivot Conference will surely be one that's bandied about and its results shared often. But I wanted to take a look, a deeper look if you, behind the numbers.
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