Have you ever emerged from an email conversation feeling socially shamed and made to look like an expert commentator on last year’s news? Well, then we understand each other. Here’s … Continue readingI swear it wasn’t me, it was email
2012 brought in scores of real case studies of companies of all sizes implementing social business technologies and reporting benefits. Conceptual models abounded and debates around the use of social … Continue readingMcKinsey Study – The Value of Social Business
Of all the technologies that have changed our lives in recent years, none has done so more than social media. Social media has taken root as one of the most … Continue readingGuest Post – Why Social Media is Essential to the Success of any Small Business in 2013
HyperOffice had the privilege of being featured in a recent report on “getting work done with social task management” by expert analyst Alan Lepofsky. As the “team work” market evolves … Continue readingWhat is social task management? How is it an improvement over traditional project management?
XNL Telecom, a small telecom provider based in the UK, have created a neat infographic on web apps for small businesses, which we had the privilege of being featured in. It is … Continue readingSmall Business Apps Guide
Database applications are essentially programs that enter and retrieve information from a computer-managed database; your business may have databases full of customer information, fleet data or inventory lists. And while … Continue readingManage Simple Processes with Do It Yourself Database Apps – Guest Post by Megan Webb-Morgan of Resource Nation
Albeit a little belatedly, I got wind of a very interesting debate spurred by Alan Lepofsky of Constellation Research, where he compares email to social messaging as a notifications and … Continue readingWhy Social is an improvement over Email – Our take
Blogger Bio Jim Sweeney has more than 35 years of experience in the development and integration of a broad range of enterprise IT applications and technologies. He has held several roles including technical, … Continue readingGuest Post – The Cloud in the Public Sector: Is it real or is it myth?
This is another post in our “Back to the basics” series. Those amongst us who are tech geeks tend to fall in the trap of subconsciously assuming that others are … Continue readingBack to the basics – How to share files online
Collaboration software, starting with Lotus Notes, have mostly been structured into “groups”. A “group” is a gated pocket of information and tools, accessible only to members of that group. This … Continue readingHierarchical (Group) vs. Social Collaboration