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Tech Boom 2.0: Lessons Learned From the Dot-Com Crash - Wired

Tech Boom 2.0: Lessons Learned From the Dot-Com Crash - Wired | Found Infographics | Scoop.it

Wired Tech Boom 2.0: Lessons Learned From the Dot-Com Crash Wired Just over a decade ago, the future of the World Wide Web held tremendous potential to transform commerce, communication and the workplace as we know it.


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Things will never get that bad again.Hopefully.

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The Rise and Risk of BYOD | Endpoint Backup for Enterprise

The Rise and Risk of BYOD | Endpoint Backup for Enterprise | Found Infographics | Scoop.it
Each year, 70 million mobile devices are lost or stolen, and only 7% of those devices are recovered. With an increasing number of professionals accessing BYOD
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The True Cost Of Bad Customer Service [Infographic] — socialmouths

The True Cost Of Bad Customer Service [Infographic] — socialmouths | Found Infographics | Scoop.it
Social media helped bring customer service to the front end of business, it’s no longer a behind-the-scenes thing. Customer service is the new marketing
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The Social CEO: Why Execs Should Use Social Networks [Infographics]

The Social CEO: Why Execs Should Use Social Networks [Infographics] | Found Infographics | Scoop.it
This infographic, courtesy of MBA Online, encourages CEOs to engage consumers via social media. Whichever social network makes the most sense for your particular company, sign on and start posting and engaging, CEOs!

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Ally Greer's curator insight, April 24, 2013 2:12 AM

Did you know that almost 50% of how people view your company/brand is attributed to how they view your CEO?


Keeping top execs involved shows that they care and keeps customers interested and trusting.