CHICAGO, April 13, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Yapmo, a provider of enterprise social networking (ESN) software for companies large and small, has entered its private beta release. Yapmo has developed a unique approach to bring the right social media experience to enterprise customers. Yapmo enables your employees to work more efficiently and collaborate faster by allowing them to draw upon the collective knowledge of your entire company, at anytime and anywhere. The solution was designed for mobile/tablet platforms and brings enterprise grade social media power to your fingertips.
An interesting mashup whereby brands, their supporters and Klout itself can all gain influence via these new pages. One can easily imagine that many many brands will want to take advantage of this new feature to brand themselves and to connect on a new level with those that are most interested in and supportive of them. ...
Social media is the perfect tool for mobilizing your friends and colleagues to take action on a cause you care about -- sending a letter to a legislator, signing up to attend a rally, or spreading the word through their own social channels.
Chinese social media sites exploded late Tuesday evening after state media announced that ousted former Chongqing party chief Bo Xilai had been stripped of his party positions and that his wife was a suspect in the death of a British businessman.
The folks behind a forthcoming fashion catalog for the iPad, Bazaart, have launched an interesting side project in their downtime (what's that?) from their participation in DreamIt's new Israel-based startup accelerator program.
Pinterest – it’s the website that has armed the ingenuitive with new ways to express their creativity, given harried moms recipes for nights at the ballpark and new brides ideas for a day they will never
Turkish and foreign animal rights supporters plan to carry out demonstrations next week to protest a dolphinarium in Antalya's Kaş district to which four bottlenose dolphins were moved in December 2011 by the operator of a facility near Bodrum to...
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