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Remember the days of the video arcade, when playing a game meant clamoring around an arcade machine in a public space, surrounded by both friends and (Insiders Explain How Social Media and Video Games Are Merging -
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Curation Find of the Day Wednesday is only moments old. But I've paid for lunch already. This excellent Business 2 Community post discusses how social and video games are sliding toward one another. I don't think they are the only things on the slide. I think Social, Mobile, Local, marketing gamification and video games are all become one and the same idea controlled by the game consoles we carry in our pockets (Smart Phones).
How popular is your favorite social network? It is important to know if it is on the rise or decline because well, what is the use of a SOCIAL network with no one on it? See which are on the rise and some interesting facts about who is on which social network with mashable.com’s Which Social Networks Take Home the Gold?
To say that the enterprise social software market is an exciting one is an understatement. Despite all the industry buzz, most service providers are missing the point that enterprise social software is not only about connecting employees for the sake of making connections, but at its core, it is about creating better-functioning companies. I’ve shared my perspectives of today’s announcement in this video blog:
Companies need to dedicate resources to social media in the form of time and labor in order to be successful. But how much time exactly?
The mobile transformation is at the intersection of every large IT trend including cloud, big data and application modernization. Think about the major changes ITwill face over the next five to ten years.
As more people become comfortable with technology, new strains will be placed on the IT group, which will have to adapt to meet evolving business demands. Tablets and smart phones will continue to be white-hot technologies that spans between the consumer and business worlds.
CIOs needs to tackle issues such as BYOD and the consumerization of IT so they can build a stronger partnership with the workforce in order to tackle future transformational projects.
If you’re marketing to other businesses, it’s becoming evident that LinkedIn is the place to do it. Business decision makers are on the network and more and more deals are getting first leads at the professional social network. The folks at unbounce and bop design have put together a pretty killer list and infographic relating to whether Facebook also offers an opportunity for great B2B marketing.